Getting Around Toronto

Located in Downtown Toronto along Front Street, the Metro Toronto Convention Centre is well served by the city's public transportation system. The convention centre's guests will appreciate the services provided by the Toronto Transit Commission. Several TTC subway and streetcar stations are located within walking distance from the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

The nearest subway stations are St Andrew and Union Station, which are both located along the Yonge-University-Spadine line. The YUS subway line operates between Downsview Station and Finch Station, making more than 20 total stops along the route. The other TTC subway lines are known as Bloor-Danforth, Scarborough RT, and Sheppard. Transfers between these subway routes can be made at many of the stations.

There are literally more than a dozen TTC Streetcar stops located within a two-block radius of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The Streetcar system consists of 11 lines that operate throughout Downtown Toronto. Just south of the convention centre, the 509 Harbourfront line runs along Queens Quay road along the Lake Ontario waterfront. The 510 Spadina line runs along Spadina Avenue, which is two blocks west of the convention centre. The 504 and 508 streetcars run several blocks north of the convention complex, mostly along King Street.

The Toronto Metro Convention Centre is also conveniently located near Union Station, a major rail hub in the city. Union Station is served by multiple commuter rail lines that are provided by GO Transit. These commuter trains link Toronto with nearby suburban communities such as York, Scarborough, Durham, Waterloo, Hamilton, and more. Additionally, GO Transit has its own bus terminal that is connected to Union Station. Long distance train services at Union Station are available through Amtrak, Via Rail, and Ontario Northland. The Amtrak Maple Leaf line connects Toronto to New York State, while the other train companies operate only in Canada. Passengers at the Union Station can also transfer to the TTC subway system and streetcar network.

With more than 100 TTC routes circulating throughout the city, it is easy to get to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre by boarding one of the public buses. Because the area near the convention site is well served by public rail transportation, the bus stops may be located a few blocks away from the convention centre.

Driving to the Toronto Convention Centre is a solid transportation option because there are more than 1,700 parking spaces available on site. The North Garage and South Garage provide safe and convenient indoor parking for visitors.