Toronto Pearson International Airport
The Toronto Pearson International Airport (TPIA) started operating in 1939 and was known then as Malton Airport. TPIA has since grown to become Canada’s Largest and busiest airports, and the 26th busiest airport in the world (based on traffic/cargo and passenger traffic volume in 1998.)
The York Region Transit (YRT)
(YRT) The York Region Transit website is a great tool for helping customers. Full of information on all the bus routes, the schedules , fares and so much more.
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)
The TTC, Toronto Transit Commission, is the convenient, quick and safe way to get around Toronto. The subway systems are linked with the streetcars and buses allowing people to get around Toronto on one fare, providing it is a one way trip without stopovers. The TTC runs every day.
Durham Region Transit
(DRT) Durham Region Transit is the integrated transit system servicing all the communities in the Durham Region. This area is divided into West, East, North and Centre sectors. Transit for disabled passengers door to door provided by Specialized Services.
Canada’s first and Ontario’s only interregional public transit system is Go Transit. Established to link the surrounding regions of the greater Toronto area (GTA) with Toronto, Go Transit carries over 44 million passengers per year in the extensive network of bus and train services that has become one of North America’s premier transportation systems.
The Mississauga Transit system allows you to be able to receive detailed trip itinerary telling you where and what time to catch your bus, where to get off and transfer, the length of your trp and how long it will take, all the walking directions and schedules for over 3000 bus stops.
The Toronto City Centre Airport (“TCCA”)
This airport located at the doorsteps of Toronto’s business and financial district and the city’s commercial, industrial and residential core. The Toronto City Centre Airport (TCCA) and its proximity to downtown Toronto is the reason business travellers prefer to fly in and out of TCCA. Information is on the Toronto Island Airport website.
Another system available is the Brampton Transit system. Their website helps to locate routes, schedules , fares and news about their transit system covering the Brampton area.
Toronto Buttonville Municipal Airport
Ranked as one of the top ten airports in Canada, the Toronto Buttonville Airport employs over 300 people from the environs and houses over 300 aircraft for local residents and businesses as well as its own fleet and aircraft services.