London, Ontario is centrally located within Southwestern Ontario. It is easily accessible and has a variety of transportation options that will bring you into the city!
London is easily accessible by road as it is located just off Highway 401, two hours from the Windsor/Detroit area, and two hours from the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Highway 402 also intersects through London which connects the region to the Sarnia area. Additionally, London is also easily reachable from Hamilton, St. Catharines, and Niagara Falls by Highway 403 and the Queen Elizabeth Parkway (QEW), which meets the 401 in Woodstock, a mere 30 minutes away from London.
London International Airport (YXU)
Individuals travelling by air can arrive at the London International Airport, a full service passenger and freight facility located approximately 10 km's from downtown London. The London International Airport is currently serviced by Air Canada, WestJet, Flair Airlines and Swoop. Taxis and vehicle rentals are available for transportation from the airport to anywhere in the city. Currently, they have direct flights to Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Tucson, Arizona!
Trains arrive and depart on a daily basis in London, making it one of the busiest passenger train terminal in Canada. Via Rail has daily direct service to Toronto, Sarnia and Windsor and lies within the main Windsor to Quebec corridor. London’s Via Rail station is located downtown, minutes from the RBC Place London, Budweiser Gardens, London Music Hall and a number of hotels.
The London Transit Commission (LTC) has over 40 routes that connect to various locations throughout London including Western University, Fanshawe College, White Oaks Mall, Masonville Mall, Cherryhill and most neighbourhoods and areas. Check out their website here for routes, schedules and more.
taxi, limo & Bus Charter Companies
London offers a variety of ways to travel within the city as well as options on travelling outside of the city. Check out the listing below:
Visiting London for the first time? Or perhaps you're a little rusty from your last visit? Check out What to See On Your First Visit to London!