Travel & Transit
Kingston is a natural transit hub due to it’s location between Toronto and Montreal. It has also been rated the “Most Walkable City in Ontario” by StatsCanada.
The Kingston/Norman Rogers Airport (YGK) is 10km from the city core and offers domestic flights and is only a 10km drive from Kingston.
Air Canada operates out of the airport and offers 7 daily flights between Kingston and Toronto Pearson (YYZ), offering a convenient direct link to the largest and busiest airport in Canada.
Geographically, the nearest international airport to Kingston is the Macdonald-Cartier International Airport in Ottawa (YOW).
Train and Bus Service
Via Rail operates directly out of Kingston’s downtown area. The Greyhound Bus and Canada Coach services also operate out of the city.
Kingston Transit has over 20 routes that cover the city with frequent service. Some routes offer 24 hour service.
A number of cab companies operate in Kingston, the largest being Amey’s Greenwood Taxi and Modern Taxi Cab. Taxi service is available 24 hours.
Kingston is recognized as a bike-friendly city. It won a bronze medal from the Share the Road Cycling Commission in 2012 thanks to its notable investments in cycle paths and infrastructure.