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Toronto is well connected by air, road and rail links with the rest of the world.


Toronto Pearson International Airport is Canada's busiest airport, handling more than 1,200 arrivals and departures every day. It is located in the west end of Toronto, near the junction of Highways 401 and 427 and has several different terminals servicing the various airlines.

Bus (out of town)

There are a number of bus companies offering service from Toronto, either to local Ontario destinations, or across the entire continent. The main bus terminal is located downtown near Bay and Dundas Streets, but there are several regional depots as well.

Most motor coaches are fully equipped with the latest amenities. Travel rates generally depend on the distance you're travelling, and discounts for students are often offered.

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Local transit

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is a fast, easy and safe way to get around Toronto. The subway system connects with bus, streetcar and light rail transit to get you anywhere on one fare, provided it's a one-way trip with no stop-overs. You can travel on the TTC everyday.

YRT/Viva offers local and rapid transit services in all nine York Region municipalities. Over 120 routes keep residents connected within the Region, along with connecting services in the City of Toronto and the Region of Peel.

The two-hour fares let you travel on any YRT or Viva vehicle for up to two hours in any direction with a single cash fare. Just remember to keep your validated ticket or transfer as proof of payment to board YRT/Viva vehicles.

Mobility Plus is York Region's door-to-door shared ride accessible public transit service for people with disabilities. If you are unable to use regular public transit due to a physical or functional disability, Mobility Plus may be for you.


Canada has an extensive rail network, especially in Ontario where trains provide downtown-to-downtown travel to and from Toronto, Ottawa, Niagara Falls, Windsor, London, Kingston, Sarnia, and Montreal.

Via Rail operates a number of routes within Ontario and across the country out of its hub at Union station in downtown Toronto. This station is also a departure point for a train that crosses the entire Canadian west, travelling via Jasper and the magnificent Rocky Mountains to Vancouver on the Pacific coast. You can also travel from Toronto by train to many points in the U.S.

GO Transit is an Ontario inter regional public transit system linking Toronto with the surrounding regions of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). GO services over 43 million passengers a year in an extensive network of trains and buses. One of North America's premier transportation systems, GO Transit provides safe, convenient, and efficient transportation to the communities of the Toronto area.


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