Taxi's are not too expensive while you remain in the centre area's of Toronto. Most taxidrivers we have met are very gentle and have good ideas on where to go :-)
The subway is a fast way to travel within Toronto. It is clean and safe.
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After parking the car close to the Canadian Center I sat Pingu on the roof of the car so I could photograph him together with CN-tower.
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TTC (Toronto Transit Commission): the subway of Toronto is very well maintained & run. Just look for the TTC sign.
407 ETR (Express Toll Route) is the world's first all-electronic, open access toll highway. It stretches east-west just north of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Yes, it's safe, Yanks. It's not uncommon to see kids as young as 9 or 10 riding without adults. Cheap, fast and parking is usually impossible, anyway.
If you come from outside of North America I strongly:} recomend a plane.
City of Toronto has a great transportation system. Bus, tramway or metro (subway).
Flying into Toronto was pretty easy. Several airlines have non-stop service from major US cities. I flew on Air Canada and it worked out fine.
We believe this one is called street car. The best mode of transportaion here should be subway. But we did not use it cause we rented a car.
Toronto Transit Corporation (TTC) offers buses, subways and streetcars (trams) to get anywhere you want to.