Toronto Transit Commission – all public transport in Toronto (metro, buses and trams).
CityMapper – Toronto | The ultimate transport app and technology for mobility in cities.
GO Transit – regional transport system.
+ Getting Here | Toronto (seetorontonow.com) • GETTING AROUND CANADA (canada.travel)
BUS > Toronto Coach Terminal (wiki, map). Greyhound Canada, with connecting service to regional lines and US Greyhound coaches. Megabus • Ontario Northland • TOK Coachlines • Rider Express • New York Trailways • Red Arrow. There are also many local bus companies throughout Canada.
RAIL > Via Rail is Canada’s national passenger rail service. The US counterpart, Amtrak, provides connecting rail services to Toronto from New York via Niagara Falls. Rocky Mountaineer Vacations (*Rail travel in Canada)
AIRPORTS > Canada’s main international airports; Toronto Pearson International Airport • Vancouver International Airport • Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport.
WATERWAYS > Marine Atlantic provides ferry service between North Sydney, Nova Scotia, and Port-aux-Basques, Newfoundland. There are also ferries to the Îles-de-la-Madeleine from Souris, PEI, and Montreal. BC Ferries has an extensive network of services along the coast of British Columbia and to Vancouver Island and to outlying islands.
Bike Share Toronto provides a public bike system with 1,000 bikes available at 80 stations throughout downtown. By far one of the most popular bike paths is the Martin Goodman Trail, the east-west route that hugs Lake Ontario, spanning the city from Etobicoke to the eastern ends of the city. This path is also often used by pedestrians and rollerbladers.