How to Reach Toronto


  • As one of the biggest cities in Canada, getting to Toronto is fairly easy. Toronto Pearson International Airport receives all major airlines. You can also come in by bus (try Greyhound) or by train (Union Station is the main train station in Toronto). You can also rent a car and drive in if you would like more flexibility.


  • Toronto has a very well serviced and efficient public transport system so you don’t need a car to get around, although you might find it easier. Just be warned that it gets very congested during rush hour.

Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Toronto. The most preferred mode of transport in Toronto is Car.

Average distance: 21.61 km Average time: 42.6 min

  • Car 48.74%
    Driving 42.76 min Walking 0.91 min Overall average time for 31.46 kms 43.67 min
  • Train/Metro 13.03%
    Train 31.55 min Walking 8.48 min Bus 6.13 min Waiting 5.55 min Other 1.26 min Tram 1.1 min Overall average time for 18.73 kms 54.06 min
  • Bus/Trolleybus 5.88%
    Bus 36.36 min Train 11.36 min Waiting 10.71 min Walking 8.5 min Driving 3.21 min Tram 2.5 min Overall average time for 16.71 kms 72.64 min
  • Motorbike 0.42%
    Motorbike 5 min Overall average time for 2 kms 5 min
  • Walking 14.29%
    Walking 21.32 min Train 3.5 min Waiting 2.26 min Bus 1.15 min Bike 0.59 min Tram 0.44 min Driving 0.32 min Overall average time for 3.54 kms 29.59 min
  • Bike 7.56%
    Bike 19.33 min Walking 0.36 min Overall average time for 6.64 kms 19.69 min
  • Tram/Streetcar 2.52%
    Tram 26.67 min Waiting 7 min Walking 4.33 min Train 2.5 min Other 0.83 min Overall average time for 8.33 kms 41.33 min
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