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Once you’ve arrived, your ground transportation options include car rentals (all the majors), public transit (UP Express, TTC, Brampton Transit, MiWay, Go Transit), out-of-town van services, taxis, limousines, and ride hailing services by Uber and Lyft. See below for ground transportation details:
 
Once you’ve arrived, your ground transportation options include car rentals (all the majors), public transit (UP Express, TTC, Brampton Transit, MiWay, Go Transit), out-of-town van services, taxis, limousines, and ride hailing services by Uber and Lyft. See below for ground transportation details:
  
* '''UP (Union Pearson) Express''', [http://upexpress.com] is a modern express train that takes you to downtown Toronto in 25 minutes, every 15 minutes. It runs from 5:30am to 1:00am daily and is picked up at Terminal 1 next to the Terminal LINK train. Seats are not assigned and are available on a first come first serve basis. Amenities include power outlets, luggage racks, and WiFi. Stops along the route are the Weston GO station (Weston), Bloor GO station (Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Junction), and downtown's Union station (Canada's busiest rail hub). This train connects with other public transit systems in Toronto. You can access GO Transit. Weston has direct access to TTC buses as no TTC subway or streetcar route go near it. Bloor and Union have direct access to TTC subways, buses, and streetcars. UP Express tickets are not valid on GO Transit or TTC services. Fare varies depending on your travel distance and age and is lower with a prepaid Presto (transit) card. Tickets can be purchased online, on your mobile device, and at vending machines or service counters at the station. eTickets will be emailed to you, which you can then print to present on the train or display it on your mobile device. Tickets purchased on the train cost an extra C$2.00 (credit card only). Tickets can be used any day until they expire. Visit the UP Express website for operating times and route maps.
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* '''UP (Union Pearson) Express''', [http://upexpress.com] is a modern express train that takes you to downtown Toronto in 25 minutes, every 15 minutes. It runs from 5:30am to 1:00am daily and is picked up at Terminal 1 next to the Terminal LINK train. Seats are not assigned and are available on a first come first serve basis. Amenities include power outlets, luggage racks, and WiFi. Stops along the route are the Weston GO station (Weston), Bloor GO station (Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Junction), and downtown's Union station (Canada's busiest rail hub). This train connects with other public transit systems in Toronto. You can access GO Transit. Weston has direct access to TTC buses only. Bloor and Union have direct access to TTC subways, buses, and streetcars. UP Express tickets are not valid on GO Transit or TTC services. Fare varies depending on your travel distance and age and is lower with a prepaid Presto (transit) card. Tickets can be purchased online, on your mobile device, and at vending machines or service counters at the station. eTickets will be emailed to you, which you can then print to present on the train or display it on your mobile device. Tickets purchased on the train cost an extra C$2.00 (credit card only). Tickets can be used any day until they expire. Visit the UP Express website for operating times and route maps.
  
 
* '''TTC (Toronto Transit Commission)''', [http://www3.ttc.ca/Riding_the_TTC/Airport_service.jsp] is the main local public transit system in Toronto and operates three bus routes from Terminals 1 and 3. The 192 Airport Rocket bus offers express service to Kipling station (Bloor-Danforth subway line 2) in Toronto's west end. Luggage racks are available. Transit time is approx. 25 minutes. The 52A Lawrence West bus drives east to Lawrence West station (Yonge-University subway line 1), and continues east to Lawrence station (Yonge-University subway line 1), stopping at bus stops along the route. Transit time is approx. 55 minutes to Lawrence West station and 1hr 5min. to Lawrence Station. The 300A Bloor-Danforth bus provides overnight service southbound to Burnhamthorpe Road (at Hwy 427), then east along Bloor Street West and Danforth Avenue until Warden Avenue, stopping at bus stops along the route. Transit time to Bloor Street West & Yonge Street (Yonge-University subway line 1) is approx. 45 minutes. C$3.25 (C$2.90 with a prepaid Presto card) for adults. Seniors and students pay C$2.00 (C$1.95 with a prepaid Presto card). Children under 12 ride free. Fare is paid in the bus. If connecting onto another TTC bus, streetcar, or the subway, ask the driver for a paper transfer so you don't pay the fare again at the transfer point. The transfer is valid at transfer points on the day of issue for a one way, continuous trip. Visit the TTC website for operating times and route maps.
 
* '''TTC (Toronto Transit Commission)''', [http://www3.ttc.ca/Riding_the_TTC/Airport_service.jsp] is the main local public transit system in Toronto and operates three bus routes from Terminals 1 and 3. The 192 Airport Rocket bus offers express service to Kipling station (Bloor-Danforth subway line 2) in Toronto's west end. Luggage racks are available. Transit time is approx. 25 minutes. The 52A Lawrence West bus drives east to Lawrence West station (Yonge-University subway line 1), and continues east to Lawrence station (Yonge-University subway line 1), stopping at bus stops along the route. Transit time is approx. 55 minutes to Lawrence West station and 1hr 5min. to Lawrence Station. The 300A Bloor-Danforth bus provides overnight service southbound to Burnhamthorpe Road (at Hwy 427), then east along Bloor Street West and Danforth Avenue until Warden Avenue, stopping at bus stops along the route. Transit time to Bloor Street West & Yonge Street (Yonge-University subway line 1) is approx. 45 minutes. C$3.25 (C$2.90 with a prepaid Presto card) for adults. Seniors and students pay C$2.00 (C$1.95 with a prepaid Presto card). Children under 12 ride free. Fare is paid in the bus. If connecting onto another TTC bus, streetcar, or the subway, ask the driver for a paper transfer so you don't pay the fare again at the transfer point. The transfer is valid at transfer points on the day of issue for a one way, continuous trip. Visit the TTC website for operating times and route maps.

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