The TTC is the system of public transportation in Toronto. As the third largest transport system in North America, there is no doubt that you will easily be able to get to where you need to go. Fares for public transportation in Toronto: - Adult & Post-Secondary Student $3.25 - Senior/Student $2.10 - Child [...]
As we explain this week, if you decide to import a car to Canada, you will have to face an obstacle course to do so. If you had planned to do it, you should take a look at the following, as you may be disappointed. Let's start with the positive. If you come to Canada [...]
Calgary Transit (CT) is known for its environmental significance and efficient service, when it comes to public transportation in Calgary. With over 4,000 kilometres of transport, encompassing 160 bus routes - including the BRT and express bus services – and 2 Light Rail routes, your journeys on public transportation in Calgary are sure be [...]
TransLink is the system of public transportation in Vancouver. Its services include bus, SkyTrain, and SeaBus transport, as well as the HandyDART for those requiring extra assistance on public transportation. Like in most other major cities, TransLink operates a reloadable fare card, Compass, which is valid everywhere on transit in Vancouver. You can also [...]
Finding public transportation in Ottawa – Canada's capital city - will not be a problem if you are new to the city, in fact it is very easy to get from one place to another! OC Transpo is the public transportation system in the city, and is convenient to get to, and simple to [...]
Metro Transit runs the public transportation in Halifax and is the largest transport agency in Atlantic Canada. They offer ferry, bus, and Access-A-Bus services. Public transportation in Halifax can take you where you need to go and relieves the stress of traffic and parking at your destination! Fares: Exact change required for all [...]
During your first steps in Montreal, you will have the impression that the city is huge, that it takes ages to walk from St Denis to St Laurent and that your feet hurt (this might not only be an impression).Although public transports are usually convenient, you might want or need to rent a car in Montreal.
Driving in Quebec can be slightly different ... or surprising.