For help navigating the PATH, take a look at the city of Toronto's generic PATH map. We use this map to index featured merchants, and it also appears in displays throughout the concourse. If you're still getting lost, don't worry! Look below for more detailed building maps, tips for getting around, and a Q/A section for when you need directions.
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Signs ranging from free‑standing outdoor pylons to door decals identify entrances to the walkway.
In many elevators there is a small PATH logo mounted beside the button for the floor leading to the walkway.
PATH directional signs tell you which building you’re in and the next building you’ll be entering. The arrow is one of the PATH compass colours: blue (north), red (south), yellow (east), or orange (west).
Street names are identified as you walk under them.
Which way is north? These ceiling-mounted compasses have colour-coded arrows pointing N-S-E-W.
This symbol indicates an alternative route for people with disabilities whenever a flight of stairs lies ahead.