Toronto City Hall

With its world-class theatre, live entertainment, dining, and sporting events, Toronto is a global destination, seeing more than 14 million tourists annually. And with the number of parking spaces decreasing almost daily, driving around the Greater Toronto Area is not always an option. Thankfully, transit has you covered.

The first thing you learn after spending more than a couple of days in the sprawling metropolis is that Toronto is not really a walkable city. City maps are deceptive. Routes that look easily walkable are, in reality, often several long city blocks apart. Individual neighbourhoods are pedestrian-friendly. But when it comes to exploring the 630 square kilometres that make up the megacity, save your shoe leather and look to subways and streetcars.

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TTC Subway

* Yonge-University Line *

* Bloor-Danforth Line *

* Sheppard Line *

* Scarborough Light Rail Transit Line *

Easy Access

Streetcars

501 Queen Streetcar

There’s nothing quite like Toronto by transit. No place equals Toronto or its people, who, despite the city’s size and intensity, remain some of the friendliest you’ll meet anywhere in the world.

Travelling to Toronto by subway and streetcar is the best way to get around. It’s inexpensive, super convenient, and for the most part and hassle-free. So sit back and enjoy a trip through the city’s vibrant and diverse heritage.

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