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Getting Around in Toronto

Airport Express Shuttle

The Airport Express takes about 40 minutes to reach downtown Toronto and costs about $25.00 CND one way (plus tip). The Airport Express Shuttle runs from the arrivals terminal at Pearson International Airport to downtown Toronto hotels every 20 minutes during peak periods, or 30 minutes during non-peak times. Call (905) 564-6333 or  (905) 564-3232.

Airport Rocket - Public Transit

The Airport Rocket (bus 192) provides all-day, regular accessible express bus service between Kipling Station on the Bloor-Danforth Subway and Pearson International Airport. At Kipling subway station, transfer to the Bloor-Danforth line. At St George subway stop, transfer to the Yonge-University line, heading south. Travel time between the Toronto Airport and Union Station is about 60 minutes and costs C$3. Drivers do not give change. Click here for schedules and routes on public transportation.

Taxis

Taxis to hotels in downtown Toronto cost around $50 CND plus tip, and take about 30 - 40 mins.

The City of Toronto licenses the taxis that service Toronto Pearson International Airport to ensure safety standards and fare consistency. Rates are predetermined based on the time and distance to your destination within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Taxis are available outside of every terminal and there is typically a taxi stand, where you will be directed to a taxi. The return trip to the airport is charged at a metered rate.

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