Transportation from Toronto Pearson Airport to your destinationPre-Arranged Taxis/Limos: at Terminal 1, door D1, and at Terminal 3 at Post 29.  Out-of-town Vans: Information counters are on the Arrivals level of Terminal 3 and on the Ground Level of Terminal 1.  Vans serving the U.S.:
   (a) The Niagara Airbus service (North America: 1-800-268-8111 or 1-800-206-7222 or Buffalo vicinity 716-835-8111);
   (b) Aboutown Transportation to Detroit (519-663-2244 or 1-87-663-22444).
The Terminal Link Train on level 5 of the Terminal 1 Garage
connects to Terminal 3 and Sheraton Gateway Hotel, or to Viscount Station & Value Park Garage, Value Park Lot & ALT Hotel.

Public transportation: For Bus & subway service to downtown Toronto (visit:  www.ttc.ca)
   The new UP Express* - connecting Pearson Airport at Terminal 1 with Union Station at downtown Toronto - departS every 15 mins, takes just 25 minutes and offers WiFi, a modern interior, flight info screens & multi-channel ticketing options - including PRESTO cards. (tickets online: www.upexpress.com). Passengers' baggage can be rolled on & off the train. There are only two stations in between the Airport's Terminal 1 and Union Stations: Weston Go & Bloor-Dundas - which offer  connections to other regional destinations.
   TTC's Downtown Express* serves nine downtown locations, departing daily every 30 minutes, 20 hours a day.  For more information, visit:  www.torontoairportexpress.com/
    GO Transit bus to downtown & Toronto suburbs (visit: www.gotransit.com/publicroot/en/default.aspx;
    Brampton Transit bus service (visit: www. brampton.ca/en/residents/transit/Pages/Welcome.aspx) within Brampton & Pacific Western.

* NOTE:  The UPX train (Union-Person Express) charges $27.50 for a one-way ticket into Toronto's Union Station (with 2 stops at Dundas West & Weston in between).  Alternatively, the TTC subway by comparison costs $3, but requires a bus trip to/from the end of the subway line

The Metrolinx is expanding & transforming the Greater Toronto & Hamilton Area (GTA) by adding 713 km of enhanced transit.

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