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Toronto's Travel Options




Toronto is served by two airports. The Toronto Pearson International Airport, is Canada’s principal airport with travel connections to every continent and ranks among the top 30 world aiports in terms of passenger traffic and aircraft movements.

The UP Express (Union-Pearson Express) connects Union Station and Toronto Pearson airport, departing every 15 minutes. It gets you downtown in 25 minutes with free on-board WiFi and the fare is up to $12.35 depending on destination and type of pass.

The Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (formerly Toronto City Centre Airport) is one of the most convenient urban airports in the world. It is located on Toronto Island, minutes from the downtown core with links to the city by a short ferry ride or pedestrian tunnel.

For full details about air travel to Toronto click here.

Rail & Road


VIA Rail and AMTRAK bring visitors into the heart of the city each day. Toronto’s Union Station is centrally located downtown and connects to the subway by underground tunnel.

Several highways, including Highways 2, 401, 407 and the Queen Elizabeth Way, link surrounding cities to Toronto. The nearest Canada-U.S. border crossings are at Niagara Falls, Fort Erie and Windsor.

Learn about travel times, routes, and more here.

Borders & Customs


Canada has one of the most advanced customs organizations in the world and visitors must clear Canada Customs border security upon entry.

When you enter Canada, a Canada Border Services Agency officer may ask to see your passport and a valid visa, if one is necessary. For more information about documentation required and border procedures visit the Canada Border Services Agency’s website.

As a WEC19 attendee, you may be asked for proof that you are attending a meeting or convention and it may be useful to have a copy of the meeting agenda and/or registration on hand. This may also be useful when returning to your home country, should a similar question be asked.