Traffic restrictions during Grey Cup week

Downtown Regina streets will be bustling with people on Sunday — but not with vehicles. There will be a number of traffic restrictions on Grey Cup day.

Grey Cup Traffic

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It may be a headache trying to get to and from all the Grey Cup events. There will be major traffic restrictions in Regina with street closures. The CBC's Adam Hunter has the details on what streets will be closed off to vehicles.
The parade will begin at Albert Street and 20th Avenue and continue north to 9th Avenue, also known as The Green Mile. (Grey Cup Festival Website )
Downtown Regina streets will be bustling with people on Grey Cup day — but not with vehicles. 

The area around Mosaic Stadium will be on traffic lock down Sunday, with major traffic restrictions and some city streets closed.

A stretch of Albert Street, also known as the Green Mile, will be shut down on Saturday for the Grey Cup Parade. 

The procession will begin at 9:30 a.m. CST at Albert Street and 20th Avenue and continue north to 9th Avenue. 

Street Closures 

Starting Wednesday: 

  • Scarth Street between Victoria Ave. and 12 Ave. closed
  • Lorne Street between Victoria Ave. and 12 Ave. closed

Grey Cup Parade Saturday 9:30 a.m. CST to 11:30 a.m. CST:

  • Albert Street from 20th Avenue north to 9th Avenue closed

Closures Saturday at noon until Monday 12:15 a.m. CST: 

  • All streets east of Elphinstone St. to Albert St.
  • All streets south of Dewdney Ave. to Saskatchewan Drive

People who live in these areas will be able to get through, but will require a permit to do so.

  Organizers say they're hoping people will take advantage of the shuttle service which starts  Wednesday evening and will run every half hour until 1:30 a.m. CST. 

Traffic Restrictions Map 


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