Getting Around Toronto
Toronto's Union Station
Union Station is the most important travel hub in Toronto, offering connections to the TTC, GO Transit, VIA Rail, and more.
Guide to Riding the TTC
Learn the basics and get some more advanced tips for taking public transit in Toronto.
Stay Updated on Traffic in Toronto
Traffic cameras, road closure information, traffic flow maps and a special info line can all help ease your drive in Toronto - you just have to know where to look.
Toronto Taxicab Companies
Need a taxi in Toronto? Here are some recommended cab companies, plus the phone numbers for many others.
416-TAXICAB: One Number for Toronto Area Taxi Service
Have trouble remembering taxi cab numbers? Now there's one number you can use to reach a list of cab companies in and around Toronto - but it may not always be your best call.
Winter Storm Resources
When winter weather kicks into high gear, use these resources to help plan how you and your family will cope.
Snow Removal on Toronto Roads
When the snow is building up on Toronto roads there are things you should know about when the plows are coming, how to drive near snowplows and what a Snow Route is.
Free Toronto Transit on New Year's Eve
If you're heading out to celebrate on New Year's Eve, consider leaving the car at home and taking advantage of special offers from Toronto's transit providers.
How to Take the Ferry to the Toronto Islands
The quiet, relaxing beauty of the Toronto Islands is just a short ferry ride away from the city's downtown core. Learn how to take the Toronto ferry to visit this park on the water, or to join in the fun at the seasonal Centreville amusement park.
Go Transit: Public Transit Beyond Toronto's Borders
With Union Station as its central hub, GO Transit operates trains and buses that connect dozens of towns and cities surrounding Toronto. Used extensively by people commuting for work, getting on the GO also provides easy opportunities for day trips and weekend adventures.
Take GO Transit to Toronto Pearson Airport
GO Transit offers two ways to travel to Toronto Pearson International Airport, connecting to Terminal One.
Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA)
The GTAA has been operating Lester B. Pearson International Airport since 1996. Visit their website for updates on arrivals and departures, plus info on parking, security, airport shopping, nearby hotels and more.