Travelling From Out-of-Town

Arriving By Air

Pearson International Airport
Located about 25km NW of Toronto’s Downtown Core, it is the largest and busiest airport in Canada.

Billy Bishop Airport
Commonly known as the Toronto Island Airport, it’s located on the west end of Toronto about 15 minutes from the Downtown Core. This airport is mainly used by Porter Airlines, with some Air Canada flights.

Arriving by Rail

Union Station is located at Front Street, between Bay and York Sts., in downtown Toronto.  The station provides train services, and connecting train services, arriving from and departing to points elsewhere in Canada and the United States.  Train service is operated by VIA Rail.

Local area trains operated by GO Transit, and TTC subways, also operate from Union Station.

Arriving by Bus

The Toronto Coach Terminal is located at 610 Bay Street (north of Dundas Street) in downtown Toronto. Both Coach Canada and Greyhound operate out of the terminal, offering bus service to and from points in Ontario, elsewhere in Canada, and the United States.

TTC subways, streetcars, and buses operate near the terminal.

Arriving by Car

The St. George campus is located in downtown Toronto.  The Gardiner Expressway (south of campus), The Don Valley Parkway (east of campus) and Highway 427 (west of campus) are the main conduits leading into and out of the downtown core.

For specific directions to a specific address or building, please refer to the main University of Toronto Map.