It is, no doubt, one of the busiest routes in the city but some relief could be on the horizon.
Over 65,000 transit riders use King Street on a daily basis, and with other vehicles sharing the road, as well as cyclists and pedestrians, it can result in gridlock which is especially heavy during rush hour.
The City is now looking at some pilot projects to potentially ease congestion while improving transit reliability and efficiency, specifically between Dufferin and River Streets.
One option would see that stretch become car-free, with only TTC passengers, bikes and pedestrians permitted.
A public meeting is being held Monday February 13, Room 308/309, Metro Hall.
Click here for more on the King Street Pilot Study.