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Under construction: Just how bad is Toronto's commute going to get?

Starting Monday, Toronto commuters using the Gardiner Expressway will face long-term lane closures. Here's a look at what parts of the road are going to be worst-hit.

How bad is traffic on the Gardiner?

Drag the slider to compare Monday's congestion with the average morning traffic flow (images via Google Maps)

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Ellis Ave. to Dufferin Street: From March 3 to July 21, lanes in both directions will be occupied.

Park Lawn Rd. to Humber River: From April 28 to August 20, the eastbound and westbound left shoulder and right shoulder lanes are occupied.

More information on road closures can be found on the City of Toronto website.

Sources: City of Toronto, 680News

Interactive and graphic by CHRISTOPHER MANZA AND TRISH MCALASTER/THE GLOBE AND MAIL

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