Toronto Union Station

55 Front St W, Toronto,
​ON M5J 1E6
Travel time

Business Hours:

From Monday to Sunday
05:30 to 00:45​
Trains per day


Bus/shuttles/subway stations nearby,
bike services, taxi, parking​

Toronto Union Station Overview

Located in Toronto, Union Station is the largest and most opulent railway station in Canada. Toronto's Union Station is a major intermodal transportation hub as well as a railway station. In downtown Toronto, station stands on Front Street West on the south side of the block bordered by Bay Street and York Street.
  • ​The station building belongs to the City of Toronto while the shed and tracks belong to Metrolinx, the provincial transit agency. Consequently, Union Station is Via Rail's busiest and most visited station by far. .

There are 2.4 million Via Rail passengers who travel through Union Station each year, representing more than half of all Via Rail passengers. ​The Toronto Union Station offers the following services to travelers:
  • bicycle boxes
  • bank
  • newspapers
  • photo machines
  • waiting room.
  • There is a charge of $6 per bag for Economy Class passengers and complimentary baggage storage for Business / Sleeper / Premium Class passengers on the Station.
The High-Speed VIA Rail Train in Canada represents modern rail transportation, offering fast, efficient, and comfortable travel across various destinations in the country. Designed for speed and convenience, these trains are equipped with amenities like comfortable seating, dining options, and Wi-Fi, catering to the needs of both leisure and business travelers. The service connects major cities and regions, providing a scenic and practical alternative to air and road travel, emphasizing reliability, safety, and environmental sustainability. This train service is a testament to Canada's commitment to enhancing its public transportation infrastructure.
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