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The campus of Ryerson University is bounded by four major city streets: Gerrard (north), Dundas (south), Jarvis (east), and Yonge (west). If you are traveling along Highway 401 (east or west), exit at Yonge Street, drive south on Yonge, and turn left (east) on Gould Street (no turns are permitted at Yonge and Dundas). Continue toward east until the intersection of Gould Street and Church Street. You are now at Ryerson. If you are traveling along the Gardiner Expressway (east or west), exit at Yonge Street, continue north, and turn right on Gould Street. Continue toward east until you reach the intersection of Gould Street and Church Street.
By Toronto Public Transit (TTC):
The TTC, Toronto’s public transit system, operates subways, buses, and streetcars around the city. Cash fair is $3.25. The nearest subway station to Ryerson University is Dundas station on the Yonge line. Gould Street is one block north of Dundas station. Walk one block north until Gould Street and then walk east until you reach the intersection of Gould Street and Church Street. Please see the TTC website for complete transit maps and schedules: http://www.ttc.ca/
From Union Station:
Union Station is Toronto’s hub for both long distance and commuter trains. From Union Station proceed to the TTC subway terminal and take the Yonge line north to Dundas station. Gould Street is one block north of Dundas station. Walk one block north until Gould Street and then walk east until you reach the intersection of Gould Street and Church Street.
From Greyhound Bus Terminal:
Toronto’s Greyhound Bus terminal is located at 610 Bay Street and is a very close walk to Ryerson University. After exiting the station, walk south to Dundas Street (less than 5 minutes), turn left, and continue until you reach Church Street. Turn left, and continue until you reach 245 Church Street (George Vari and Engineering Centre (ENG)). See: http://www.ryerson.ca/maps/
From Lester B. Pearson International Airport:
By Toronto Public Transit:
From the airport take bus #192 – The Airport Rocket – to Kipling station. From Kipling, take the Green subway line to Bloor station and continue south on the Yonge line to Dundas station. Gould Street is one block north of Dundas station. Walk one block north until Gould Street and then walk east until you reach the intersection of Gould Street and Church Street. The trip will take approximately 50 minutes.
By Airport Express:
Airport Express is a commercial service that provides transportation from Pearson International Airport to several downtown hotels. Take the Airport Express to the Bond Place Hotel, located just south of Ryerson University. 245 Church Street is about a 5 minutes walk from the Bond Place Hotel. The trip will take approximately 1.5 hours and will cost approximately $20.00.
By Union-Pearson Express Train:
Union-Pearson Express Train (UP Train) goes from Pearson Airport to downtown Toronto Union Station. train (https://www.upexpress.com) which cost 12$ one way to Toronto downtown (Union station) and about $9 if you purchase a PRESTO card). The train takes about 25 minutes travel time one way. Once at Union Station in downtown, you need to either work about 15 to 20 minutes to reach Ryerson University (taking the Yonge street straightforward walk) – the subway cost $3.25 one way).
A taxi from Pearson Airport to Ryerson University will take approximately 45 minutes and will cost approximately $60.00.
Toronto’s population is one of the most diverse in the world. Nearly all of the world’s culture groups are represented in Toronto and more than 100 languages and dialects are spoken. It is the hub of the nation’s commercial, financial, industrial, and cultural life, and is the capital of the Province of Ontario. People have lived here since shortly after the last ice age, although the urban community only dates to 1793 when British colonial officials founded the ‘Town of York’ on what then was the Upper Canadian frontier. That backwoods village grew to become the ‘City of Toronto’ in 1834, and through its subsequent evolution and expansion Toronto has emerged as one of the most liveable and multicultural urban places in the world today. From: http://www.toronto.ca/about_toronto/
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