Directions & Maps

Directions and Maps -- Mississauga Tab

Address

Student Recruitment and Admissions
University of Toronto Mississauga
Rm. 1270, Innovation Complex
3359 Mississauga Road
Mississauga, ON
L5L 1C6
905.828.5400

www.utm.utoronto.ca/about-us/campus-tours

 

TRANSIT DISRUPTIONS/ALERTS

Currently no information available.

 

Driving Directions

Travelling East on Hwy 401 (from Windsor/London)

  1. Exit Hwy 401 at Erin Mills Parkway
  2. Turn right (south) onto Erin Mills Parkway
  3. Turn left (east) onto Burnhamthorpe Road
  4. Turn right (south) onto Mississauga Road
  5. UTM is on your left-hand side

Travelling East on the QEW (from Niagara/Hamilton)

  1. Exit QEW at Mississauga Road
  2. Turn left onto service road to Mississauga Road
  3. Turn left (north) onto Mississauga Road
  4. Cross Dundas Street W.
  5. UTM is on your right-hand side

Travelling West on the QEW (from Toronto)

  1. Exit QEW at Mississauga Road Turn left (north) onto Mississauga Road
  2. Cross Dundas Street W. UTM is on your right-hand side

Travelling West on Hwy 401

  1. Exit Hwy 401 onto Hwy 403 West
  2. Exit Hwy 403 at Erin Mills Parkway
  3. Turn left (south) onto Erin Mills Parkway to Burnhamthorpe Road
  4. Turn left (east) onto Burnhamthorpe Road
  5. Turn right (south) on Mississauga Road
  6. UTM is on your left-hand side

 

Parking Options

Visitors can purchase daily pay-and-display parking permits in Lots P4, P8 and P9, Alumni House or in the CCT Garage. Barrier-free (accessible) parking spots are available across the campus.

Find out about rates and parking locations at UTM.

 

Public Transit

Mississauga Transit

The MiWay (Mississauga Transit) 110-University, 101-Dundas Express, 1C-Dundas, and 44-Mississauga Road bus routes all include a stop at U of T Mississauga.

Look up MiWay routes

 

GO Transit

The nearest GO Stations to UTM are Streetsville, Erindale and Clarkson.

Look up GO Transit schedules

 

Brampton Transit

Route 8-Centre stops at Square One Terminal. From there, take Mississauga Transit Route 24 that connects with 1C to U of T Mississauga.

Find Brampton Transit Schedules and Maps

 

Oakville Transit

The route 24-South Common travels from Trafalgar VIA and GO Station to South Common Mall. From South Common Mall, take the 1C-Dundas (MiWay) to U of T Mississauga.

Find Oakville Transit Schedules and Maps

 

Accessible Public Transportation

MiWay, GO Transit, Brampton Transit and Oakville Transit all provide accessibility features, including elevators and accessible washrooms in most GO Train stations (including the stations closest to UTM); and low floors, reserved wheelchair space and a kneeling feature on buses. Find out the specifics on each of the following websites:

MiWay Accessible Service

GO Transit Accessibility

Brampton Transit Accessibility

Oakville Transit Accessibility

 

UTM Shuttle Bus

The University of Toronto runs a Shuttle bus between UTM and the U of T’s St. George campus (downtown Toronto). It also runs a Shuttle from UTM to Sheridan College’s Oakville campus. While registered students ride at no additional cost, others can use the shuttle by paying the six-dollar fare (each way).

Look up UTM Shuttle Bus schedules

 

Bike Paths

The University of Toronto Mississauga is connected to the city’s many bike lanes, multi-use, and off-road trails. You’ll also find many bike paths and racks on the UTM campus.

Find your route with the Mississauga Bikeways and Trails Map (PDF)

 

Campus Maps

Find your way around the Mississauga campus with these maps.

Interactive online map of the Mississauga campus

UTM Parking Map (PDF)

UTM campus maps and visiting directions

Directions and Maps -- St. George Tab

Address

Nona Macdonald Visitors Centre
(Office of Student Recruitment)
25 King’s College Circle,
Toronto, ON
M5S 1A1
416.978.5000

map.utoronto.ca

 

TRANSIT DISRUPTIONS/ALERTS

Currently no information available.

 

Driving Directions

Via Hwy 401 & Don Valley Parkway

  1. Take Hwy 401 to the Don Valley Parkway (DVP)
  2. Exit onto the Don Valley Parkway ramp (404 South)
  3. Travel south on DVP until Bloor/Bayview
  4. Take the Bloor/Bayview exit, and keep left, looking for the sign that says Bloor St.
  5. Travel west on Bloor St. until you reach St. George St.
  6. Turn left (south) onto St. George St. and continue south on to College St.
  7. Turn left (east) on College St. until you reach King’s College Rd.
  8. Turn left (north) onto King’s College Rd.

Via Hwy 401 & Avenue Road

  1. Take Hwy 401 to Avenue Rd. South
  2. Travel south on Avenue Rd.
  3. Continue following the road south past Bloor St. around Queen’s Park Crescent
  4. Turn right (west) on College St.
  5. Turn right (north) onto King’s College Rd.

Via Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW)

  1. Take the eastbound QEW/Gardiner Expressway
  2. Exit at Spadina Ave.
  3. Turn left (north) on Spadina Ave.
  4. Continue north for 12 stoplights to College St.
  5. Turn right (east) on College St.
  6. Turn left (north) onto King’s College Rd.

 

Parking Options

Visitors can find pay-and-display parking spaces, including many barrier-free spots, across the St. George campus.

Find out about rates and parking locations on the St. George campus.

St. George Parking Map (PDF)

 

Public Transit

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) runs subways, streetcars and buses on and around the St. George campus. You’ll find many options for getting here on the TTC.

There are four subway stations on or very near the University of Toronto’s St. George campus: Queen’s Park Station, Museum Station, St. George Station and Spadina Station. The 506 Carlton and 510 Spadina streetcar routes will take you to the sourthern or western edges of campus. And the 94 Wellesley bus runs through campus.

Look up TTC schedules and routes

 

The closest station to the Nona Macdonald Visitors Centre is Queen’s Park Station, and the best streetcar stop is at McCaul and College Streets (on the 506 Carlton route). To get to the Visitor’s Centre:

  1. Walk west along College St.
  2. Turn north through the U of T gates at King’s College Road.
  3. When the road splits into a circle, follow it left.
  4. The Nona Macdonald Visitors Centre is at the south-west end of the circle.

 

Accessible Public Transportation

The TTC offers a door-to-door Wheel-Trans service for individuals requiring accessible transportation. Many subway stations and buses are also wheelchair accessible.

Find out about Wheel-Trans

Find information on accessible subway stations and buses

 

Bike Paths

Several bike lanes intersect the St. George campus. You can cycle in a separated east-west lane along College St. or Harbord St., or along the north-south line on Beverly St. and St. George St.
Plan your bike route with the Toronto Cycling Map.

 

Campus Maps

Find your way around the St. George campus with these maps.

Interactive online map of the St. George campus

St. George Parking Map (PDF)

More campus maps

Directions and Maps -- Scarborough Tab

Address

Admissions and Student Recruitment
University of Toronto Scarborough
1265 Military Trail
(Ground Floor, Arts & Administration Building, Room AA 128)
Toronto, ON
M1C 1A4
416.287.7529

www.utsc.utoronto.ca/admissions/tours

 

TRANSIT DISRUPTIONS/ALERTS

Currently no information available.

 

Driving Directions

Travelling East or West on Hwy 401

  1. Take Highway 401 to Morningside Ave.
  2. Exit at Morningside Ave. southbound
  3. Turn onto Military Trail eastbound

 

Parking Options

Visitors can purchase pay-and-display parking permits for regular campus tours in Parking Lot 3. Barrier-free (accessible) parking spots are available in Lot F for tour guests, provided that you contact us to make arrangements in advance of your tour.

Find out about parking rates at UTSC.

UTSC Parking Map (PDF)

 

Public Transit

TTC Routes

The TTC runs several buses with stops on or close to the UTSC campus, including the 198 U of T Scarborough Rocket with service from Kennedy Station, the 95B/95E York Mills and the 95 York Mills from York Mills Station, and the 38/38A Highland Creek from the Scarborough Centre RT Station and the Rouge Hill GO Station.

Look up TTC schedules and routes

 

GO Transit

From Durham region: Take the GO Train to Pickering Station and transfer to the Hwy 407 Express West GO Bus. The next stop is University of Toronto Scarborough.

From the Rouge Hill GO Train Station take 38/38A Highland Creek TTC bus.

From Scarborough Town Centre take GO bus Hwy 407 Express East (weekdays).

Look up GO Transit schedules

 

Durham Regional Transit

From Oshawa, Ajax, Whitby, or Pickering, take the DRT PULSE 900/900A Oshawa/U of T Scarborough to campus.

Find more information about Durham Regional Transit routes.

 

Accessible Public Transportation

The TTC offers a door-to-door Wheel-Trans service for individuals requiring accessible transportation. Many subway stations and buses are also wheelchair accessible.

Find out about Wheel-Trans

Find information on accessible subway stations and buses

 

Bike Paths

The Highland Creek Park Trail crosses through the University of Toronto Scarborough campus. There are also many bike lanes and bike racks across the campus.

Plan your bike route with the Toronto Cycling Map.

 

Campus Maps

Find your way around the Scarborough campus with these maps.

Interactive online map of the Scarborough campus

UTSC Parking Map (PDF)

UTSC campus map and visiting directions.