Just minutes from highway 401 and the new highway 407 as well as the City of Toronto and many surrounding communities, the city of Oshawa is truly at the heart of it all. But what makes Oshawa so unique is that its location is in close proximity not only to the big cities but also the beautiful Kawartha’s countryside. Just an hour north of the city, you’ll find stunning scenery, remote lakes and breathtaking wildlife. To make commuting by car even more efficient, the new toll highway 407 will help you navigate quickly through the north end of the GTA.
Durham Regional Transit
100 Bond is conveniently located to a variety of public transit options that will help make your work commute or shopping needs much easier. Durham Regional Transit has a bus stop right outside your doorstep. The transit line makes stops all over the city including the UOIT main campus.
For trips into the Toronto and the surrounding area there are a variety of GO Train and Bus options.
From Oshawa, Go trains leave approximately every 20 minutes during rush hour Monday to Friday and return home from Union Station every evening approximately every 20 minutes. The commute is a little over an hour.
The Oshawa VIA rail station offers an affordable, safe and reliable alternative to driving. You can take the train other major cities such as Kingston, Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto. Located just minutes from the 100 Bond site, the VIA rail train is one of the most convenient ways to travel.
To make commuting and travel even more accessible to the public, there is a Greyhound bus station, just steps down the street from the 100 Bond location. The options for public transit and travel are endless in the well-connected city of Oshawa.
Oshawa is the perfect city to travel by foot. 100 Bond is ideally located in the heart of the city so your day to day necessities are just steps outside your front door! With a walkscore of 89% you’re sure to find out that everything you really need is just around the corner.
The city of Oshawa has been meticulously designed to cater to a variety of active lifestyles, especially those who rely on walking and biking to commute from one place to another. In order to support and encourage these active routines, the city has been designed with bike lanes on major roads to ensure the safety of cyclists. At 100 Bond we offer bike lockers to all of our residents so storage is simple and efficient.
To view all the hiking/walking and biking trails Oshawa has to offer click here.
Toronto Pearson Airport – YYZ
If you wish to take public transport from your home in Oshawa to the Airport, simply take the GO Transit or VIA Rail to Union station and from there, then take the Union Pearson Express directly to Pearson International Airport.
Toronto City Airport – YTZ
Similar to the Pearson international Airport, Toronto City Airport, commonly referred to as the Toronto Island Airport, offers a shuttle service to the airport from Union station approximately every 15 minutes on weekdays, weekends and holidays.
Headed to the airport? The city of Oshawa offers affordable alternatives to public transit or simply hailing a cab. For your next flight out of the city, try using an Oshawa airport limo, they will take you directly to Pearson International, Toronto Island or Buffalo International airport and can arrange as well to pick you up at the end of your trip. You’re sure to appreciate their reliable an friendly service.