Transportation

Transportation - Mississauga
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Public Transit

Get around Mississauga on MiWay buses. All UTM students can pick up their U-Pass for unlimited fare-free rides, and MiWay routes will take you to destinations across Mississauga. They also connect with neighbouring transit systems such as the Toronto Transit Commission, Brampton Transit and Oakville Transit. UTM students also get a discounted rate on GO Transit, a regional network of train lines and bus routes that spans the GTA and extends to the Hamilton Area.

Whether you’re planning a long trip, or need a quick ride, public transit can be a convenient and cost-effective option.

Find out more about Public Transportation around UTM

Get a U-Pass

Pick up your GO Transit student ID card at a TCard office

 

Shuttle Bus

Catch the UTM Shuttle Bus to the St. George campus. Students just need to show a valid student TCard to ride, and buses run every 20 minutes during the week. You can also catch a separate shuttle bus from UTM to Sheridan College, Trafalgar Campus.

Look up the UTM-St. George Shuttle Bus Schedule

 

Accessible Transportation options

From specially equipped MiWay buses, to accessible spaces on the Shuttle Bus and door-to-door Wheel Trans service, you’ll find many ways to get around Mississauga and the campus.

Find out about Accessible Transportation options at UTM

 

Walking and Biking

Explore well-lit walking paths linking buildings at UTM, along with a rapidly growing network of on- and off-road cycling paths. You can rent a bike for no charge or learn how to repair your own bike for free at the UTM BikeShare, a pioneering service at UTM.

Explore Mississauga’s bike paths

Find out about UTM BikeShare 

 

Driving

If you’re driving to campus, you’ll find safe and convenient student parking lots available, along with affordable parking pass options. You might want to consider the carpool program, and find out if you’re eligible for the eco park rebate.

Find parking lot maps and parking pass options at UTM

Look into UTM’s Carpool Program, Motorcycle Parking and the Eco Park Rebate

 
 
Transportation - St. George
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Public Transit

Hop on the subway, a bus, streetcar or an accessible Wheel-Trans to get around the city. The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is the third-largest public transit system in North America, and helps around 1.5 million people commute around the GTA every day. U of T students get discounted rates on TTC Student Monthly Metropasses. And you’ll find a variety of phone apps that can help you plan your trip, and let you know when the next vehicle will arrive at your stop.

Explore Transportation options on the St. George campus 

Get your discounted TTC Monthly Metropass 

Students also get a discounted rate on GO Transit, a regional network of train lines and bus routes that spans the GTA and extends to the Hamilton Area.

Pick up your GO Transit student ID card at a TCard office

 

Shuttle Bus

Catch the Shuttle Bus to the University of Toronto Mississauga campus. Students just need to show a valid student TCard to ride, and buses run every 20 minutes during the week.

Look up the Shuttle Bus Schedule

 

Accessible Transportation options

From elevators in many subway stations, door-to-door Wheel-Trans service and specially equipped TTC buses, you will find accessible options for getting around the city.

Find out about Accessible Transportation options on the TTC

 

Biking

Toronto has multiple bicycle lanes, off-road bike and multi-use paths and signed shared roadways. You’ll find bike racks across the St. George campus, as well as bike lanes and lockers available for rent. Ride your own bike, and access affordable repairs and DIY advice and tools at the on-campus cycling non-profit Bikechain. You could also become a member of Bike Share Toronto, and get access to a shared bike whenever you need one.

Discover Toronto’s network of bike paths

Find out about bike maintenance and repairs at Bikechain

Look into Bike Share Toronto

 

Driving

If you’re driving to campus, you’ll find both surface and underground garage parking options, and a variety of permit options. Barrier-free parking spots are available, as is motorcycle parking. You can also look into a car-sharing service if you don’t have your own vehicle.

Find out about Parking Permits and other Transportation options on the St. George campus 

 
 
Transportation - Scarborough
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Public Transit

Catch a TTC bus, a Scarborough Rapid Transit train or an accessible Wheel-Trans. The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) runs several buses right onto the University of Toronto Scarborough campus, including the 198 U of T Scarborough Rocket route that offers a direct and accessible ride between the campus and Kennedy Station. UTSC students get discounted rates on TTC Student Monthly Metropasses. And you’ll find a variety of phone apps that can help you plan your trip, and let you know when the next vehicle will arrive at your stop.

UTSC students also get a discounted rate on GO Transit, a regional network of train lines and bus routes that spans the GTA and extends to the Hamilton Area.

Get your discounted TTC Monthly Metropass at the Scarborough Campus Students’ Union

Pick up your GO Transit student ID card at a TCard office

 

Accessible Transportation options

From Wheel-Trans service and specially equipped TTC buses, you’ll find several accessible options for getting around the city.

Find out about Accessible Transportation options at the TTC

Find Accessible Wheel Trans stops on campus

 

Biking

Scarborough has multiple bicycle lanes, off-road bike and multi-use paths and signed shared roadways. Use your own bike, or borrow one from the free bike lending program on campus.

Discover Scarborough network of bike paths with the Toronto cycling map

Find out about the Free bike-lending program, BikeShare

 

Driving

If you’re driving to campus, you’ll find safe and convenient student parking lots available, along with affordable parking pass options. If you drive a low-emissions vehicle, you could get a preferred parking spot through the ecoPARK program.

Find parking pass options at UTSC

Look into UTSC’s ecoPARK program