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Transport Toronto: How to Get Around The North

Transport Toronto is part of the TPOL in Canada Trip Report.

Some cities like Sydney have great transport to and from the airport. Other cities, like NYC, have awful transport. Toronto Pearson is somewhere in the middle. To get to the Kimpton St. George hotel, I first took the Union Pearson Express and then took the metro the rest of the way. a screen with a picture of a city and a train a seat on a train a train at a station

Get off at Bloor and walk to Dundas Station. a building with a sign on the side a woman sitting on a wheelchair outside of a building

From there, I had the “pleasure” of taking Toronto’s mass transit system. If you thought New York’s subway needed upgrades, visit Toronto’s. While the coins for getting on board are cute, they are not functional and, up until recently, were easily counterfeited.a pair of gold and silver coins a sign on a ceiling a sign on a wallDespite its age, the metro is a convenient choice for getting around Toronto and is much better than hailing a taxi. (Toronto should be added to my list, “Taxi my friend?” The Worst Places to Hail a Cab.) a train station with people walking on the tracks a group of people sitting on a subway car

The alternative is to take Uber. Or if it’s a nice summer day, you can simply walk. That’s the best option once you are downtown. a large round building with a large tower in the background


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