Header background image

Public Transportation Toronto Pearson Airport YYZ

Explore Today's Deals

Logo invertedYYZToronto Pearson Airport
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.:
- The Niagara Airbus service (North America: 1-800-268-8111 or 1-800-206-7222 or Buffalo vicinity 716-835-8111);
- 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.

The Terminal 1 (T1)  transit hub, includes clearly marked waiting areas, heated shelters, area and route maps, ticket machines and digital wait-time screens.

Public transportation: For Bus & subway service to downtown Toronto (visit:  www.ttc.ca) .
   The new UPX Express* (Union-Pierson 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.
   * NOTE:  The UPX train 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.
   TTC's Downtown Express serves nine downtown locations, departing daily every 30 minutes, 20 hours a day.  TTC routes include 52 Lawrence Wesst, 192 Airport Rocket, and the two overnight services of Routes 300 Bloor Danforth and 307 Eglinton West.  (For more information, open:  www.torontoairportexpress.com/.
TTC bus & subway service is available at: T1, ground level, second curb, Column R4; T3, Arrivals level, third curb, Column C12.
    GO Transit bus is the only bus service available directly from the terminal (from T1, groundlevel, second curb, column Q2-Q4), with servie to downtown & Toronto suburbs  (for more information open: www.gotransit.com/publicroot/en/default.aspx).
- Route 34 to North York;
- Route 40 Hamilton-Richmond Hill-Pearson Express.
    Brampton Transit bus service (for more information, open: www. brampton.ca/en/residents/transit/Pages/Welcome.aspx) serves locally within Brampton.  Its Route 115 is the Airport Express (at T1, ground level, second curb, Column S2).

 - The Metrolinx
is expanding & transforming the Greater Toronto & Hamilton Area (GTA) by adding 713 km of enhanced transit.
 - Greyhound Bus Lines and Toronto Pearson partner to upgrade regional connections.  In June 2017, Greyhound started a new direct service from the Airport to/from 10 cities in Ontario. 
 - Ontario High-Speed Rail service:  In May 2017 a feasibility study started on a high-speed rail service for the Windsor-Toronto corridor.  

Tips, Help & Resources

iFly.com strives to make your travel experience as smooth and stress-free as possible, from booking your flights to navigating airport security and beyond. Here are some things you may need to know that can help you on your journey specific to Mississauga's YYZ airport: