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Getting Here

By Car

From Toronto and West
Take Highway 401 east and exit on Westney Road or Salem Road interchanges

From Kingston and East
Take Highway 401 west and exit on Westney Road or Salem Road interchange

From the North
Take Highway 404 south to 401; then Highway 401 east to Westney Road or Salem Road


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By Train

Ajax is conveniently located on both GO Transit and VIA Train routes, allowing visitors to arrive here by Train.

GO Transit

VIA Rail Canada  

As one of North America's premier transportation systems, GO Transit links the Greater Toronto Area to the downtown core. GO Transit offers service throughout the day between Ajax and Downtown Toronto. During the morning and afternoon rush-hour, commuters can travel between these two destinations in just 30 minutes.

View GO Transit schedules and route maps.

VIA Rail Canada operates the national passenger rail service on behalf of the Government of Canada. VIA operates up to 497 trains weekly on 12,500 kilometres of track, and serves 450 communities across the country, from coast to coast and north to Hudson Bay. VIA carried over 4 million passengers in 2010.

With VIA Rail stations conveniently located within minutes of Ajax, it provides a luxurious alternative to travel to Ajax.

View VIA Rail schedules and route maps.

By Bike

Ajax is connected to communities along Lake Ontario from Niagara-on-the-Lake to the Quebec border by the Waterfront Trail.

Visit the Waterfront Regeneration Trust website to learn more about this scenic route.

To plan your travel using a combination of both bike and train, visit www.bikesandtransit.com