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Modes of transportation
Union Station is Canada's busiest and most important multimodal passenger transportation hub. The station is connected to the following methods or modalities of travel:
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is the city's public transit service. Union Station is connected to Union Subway Station.
Commuter rail and bus
GO Transit, a division of Metrolinx, is the regional public transit service for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, with routes extending across the Greater Golden Horseshoe.
VIA Rail operates the national passenger rail service on behalf of the Government of Canada, serving 450 communities across the country, from coast to coast and north to Hudson Bay.
Amtrak is a U.S. intercity passenger rail provider with connections to 46 states, the District of Columbia and three Canadian provinces.
Ontario Northland is an operational agency of the Province of Ontario, serving primarily northeastern Ontario.
Union Station offers a paid bike station on the east side of York Street, just north of Bremner Blvd.
Other ways to get around
Union Station is connected to Toronto's amazing PATH system.
There are usually several cabs available at the Bremner Blvd. loop near Longo's.
There is a Hertz car rental counter at Union Station.
Porter Airlines offers a free shuttle service between downtown and Toronto City Airport, approximately every 15 minutes. The shuttle bus is located across Union Station, at the north-east corner of Front and York streets, and runs to and from the west entrance of the Fairmont Royal York Hotel.
Airport Express operates between major downtown hotels, including the Fairmont Royal York Hotel across Union Station, and Terminals 1, 2 and 3 at Pearson International Airport every 20 or 30 minutes.
What about parking?
While no public parking is available at Union Station, there are several public parking lots in the area.
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