Toronto is the most accessible city in Canada not only for travellers that are coming into the city but for residents that live here to be able to get to all of the exciting places that this city has to offer.
10. Coming in 2015! Rapid transit link from Pearson Airport to Union station
One of the legacy construction projects that Toronto will welcome alongside the Pan Am Games in 2015 is a rapid transit link that will move travellers from the airport right into Union Station.
All major attractions, neighbourhoods, shopping, and restaurants are accessible via bus, streetcar or subway.
8. 2 International Airports
Pearson Airport is Canada’s largest and busiest airport in Canada but we also welcome travellers through Billy Bishop Airport.
7. Hotels adopting disability act changes to their facilities
Hosting many American visitors each year many of Toronto’s hotels have upgraded their facilities to meet the American Disabilities Act requirements making it easier to host guests with special needs.
6. Union Station
This Toronto landmark is the first point of entry for those arriving via train.
5. Bike Lanes and Bixi Bikes
Many major routes into the downtown core feature bike lanes for those travellers who enjoy getting around town on 2 wheels. For those who did not come with their bikes, Bixi Bikes is available on many street corners where you can rent a bike for the day.
4. Under ground city
Under the downtown core, Toronto plays host to a 30 kilometer walkway featuring restaurants, services, and stores connecting many of the office buildings and Union Station.
3. Port of Toronto
Toronto would not normally come to mind when planning a cruise but this city is a major point for those travellers touring the Great Lakes.
2. Walking, running, Biking
The city of Toronto has numerous paths for walking, biking, or running. All information on paths, laneways, or trails is available in the city of Toronto website,
1. Construction – Everywhere
Everywhere you look in Toronto there is construction. All world class cities need improvements and with the line up of major events that Toronto will host over the coming years it is a necessary evil. All of the improvements will help travellers and locals get around more smoothly.
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