A division of Metrolinx, GO Transit is the regional public transit service for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, with routes extending to communities all around Toronto.You can access GO transit throughout the GTA and surrounding areas at train stations, bus stations and bus stops.
Please visit gotransit.com for more information about fares, schedules and route maps.
Union Station GO
Board the train at 7 Station Street, Toronto, ON.
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VIA Rail operates Canada’s national passenger rail service on behalf of the Government of Canada, providing a safe, cost-effective and environmentally responsible service from coast to coast. Via serves nearly 4 million passengers per year, from 400 communities in eight provinces in Canada with a network that stretches over 12,500 kilometres of track.
VIA provides year-round, all-weather services, including the legendary train operating between Toronto and Vancouver.
Please visit viarail.ca for more information about fares, schedules and stations.
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) provides the main method of public transportation within the city of Toronto. The TTC runs buses, subways and streetcars across the entire city and a single fare entitles you to unlimited travel in one direction (transfers may be required). The 1 (Yonge-University-Spadina) line will take you to all the major hubs and neighbourhoods in the city.
A variety of TTC fares are available depending on the length of your visit. For additional TTC subway details click here.
Please visit ttc.ca for more information about fares, schedules and route maps.