Getting Around Toronto
The downtown core of Toronto is very walkable, with wide sidewalks and a simple grid layout. If it’s looking like a wash-out, take shelter in the 28-kilometre underground PATH walkway.
Toronto’s subway is faster and more reliable than buses and trams, which are prone to delays and overcrowding. The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) offers a single fare system across trains, buses and trams, and day passes are $11.50.
Not just a throwback to the city’s history of cable and trolley cars, these modern people-movers are a mainstay of downtown major streets such as King and Queen streets. They’re great for taking in the sights!
Bike Share Toronto has bikes for instant hire at strategic locations in the city’s core. Many of the city’s main streets have designated bike lanes.