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Toronto - Getting Around

The Toronto Transit Commission is the company charged with keeping the city moving. It operates a modern fleet of subway trains, trams and buses. You can grab a day or a weekly pass, to save money, and hassle, and use this on any form of transport. Unlimited day passes cost $10. Single trips cost $3, and you'll need the exact fare.

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Toronto CN Tower

Subway

Toronto has three subway lines -- the Bloor/Danforth line, running east-west, and the Yonge Street and University lines, which run north-south, meeting at Union Station downtown. Services are every five minutes or so during the day. Pick up a transit map at any station.

Toronto CN Tower and skyline

Taxis

Taxis are fairly plentiful in Toronto, and easy enough (outside peak times) to flag. You'll elicit a $3 flagfall charge, and increments of around 25c per 1/5th mile thereafter. Journeys in town shouldn't cost much more than $10.

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Toronto CN Tower from a distance

Bus

In Toronto's traffic-choked city centre, you'll see streetcars operating along major streets in downtown, with buses shuttling people out into Brampton, Bramalea and the suburbs. Services run every 5-7 minutes downtown, with the added advantage, at night, for women to request stops wherever it's safe for the streetcar to halt.

If you need to transfer routes before you get to your destination, ensure you have a transfer ticket (if your transfer stop is downtown). They're free, but you do need to get one on your first mode of transport. In subway stations, they're the red machines with the digital clocks on their front. On buses and streetcars simply ask the driver for a transfer ticket.