As you prepare for your evening commute, CBC News brings you updates on what's running, and what's running late, as the Greater Toronto Area grapples with the cleanup from Monday night's rain and flooding that led to major delays for many commuters.
LIVE BLOG: Toronto storm, flood updates
- ROAD CONDITIONS – Follow @cbcjoanchang on Twitter for the latest traffic updates, and check out CBC's live traffic map for the latest conditions. For more on highway conditions, follow @OPP_GTATraffic on Twitter
- TTC – Get the latest on subway, bus and streetcar service alerts on Twitter at @TTCnotices, or check for service alerts online
- GO TRANSIT – Follow @GOtransit on Twitter for service updates from GO, or visit the GO Transit website for service updates
- PEARSON AIRPORT – Toronto's Pearson International airport reported many delays and cancellations Monday night due to weather. The airport is advising passengers to contact their airlines prior to heading to the airport. For updates from the busy international hub, follow @TorontoPearson on Twitter or visit the airport's website
- BILLY BISHOP AIRPORT – To get a sense of whether there are delays out of the Island airport, follow @BBishopAirport or check the Billy Bishop airport website for the latest on delays and cancellations.
Power outages were reported in many parts of Toronto, Mississauga, and some areas north of the city on Monday, with some outages in the Toronto area lasting into Wednesday.
- TORONTO HYDRO – Follow @TorontoHydro on Twitter for the latest on power outages, or check out the outage map to see where power outages have been reported
- HYDRO ONE – Follow @HydroOne or check out the Hydro One's website for the latest
- POWERSTREAM – Follow @PowerStreamNews or check out the company's outage map for the latest
- CITY OF TORONTO – Follow @TorontoComms for the latest from the City of Toronto
- TORONTO POLICE – Follow @TorontoPolice on Twitter for updates from police in Toronto
- YORK REGIONAL POLICE – Follow @YRP on Twitter for updates from police in York Region
- TORONTO FIRE – Follow @Toronto_Fire for updates from fire services