Our campus is located in the heart of downtown Toronto. Everything you need is virtually within walking distance. If it is not walkable, you can "Ride the Rocket " known as the TTC (Toronto's transit system), or you can hail one of the many cabs on Yonge Street - the city's main artery and the longest street in the world. The major intersection closest to Ryerson is Dundas and Yonge, and the nearest subway station is Dundas station.
The Department of Economics in Ryerson University is located in Jorgenson Hall, 350 Victoria Street, Toronto, Ontario. Please see http://www.ryerson.ca/maps/.
Directions: by Public Transportation (TTC):
The Ryerson campus has convenient access to numerous TTC routes. These include:
- Yonge/Dundas subway station: Walk one block north on Yonge Street from the Eaton Centre to Gould Street, turn right and walk one block east to Victoria Street.
- Yonge/College subway station: Walk two blocks south from College Park on Yonge Street to Gould Street, turn left and walk one block east to Victoria Street.
For further TTC information, visit www.ttc.caor telephone (416) 393-4636; 481-2523 (TDD/TTY).
The Toronto Coach Terminal near Bay Street and Dundas Street is a 10 minute walk away. Call 416-393-7911 for more information.
Directions: by car
Ryerson is bounded by four major city streets: Gerrard (north), Dundas (south), Jarvis (east), and Yonge (west). Main traffic routes are as follows:
- Highway 401 east or west to Yonge Street, south on Yonge, turn left (east) at Gerrard or Gould (no turns are permitted at Yonge and Dundas).
- Don Valley Parkway south to Bloor Street, turn right (west) at Bloor, turn left (south) at Church, continue until Gerrard, Gould or Dundas.
- Gardiner Expressway east or west to Yonge Street, continue north until Gould or Gerrard. City street maps show alternate routes.
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Toronto is served by two airports:
- Pearson International Airport is Canada’s principal airport with travel connections to every continent. Air Canada, Canada’s flagship carrier relies on Pearson International Airport as its major Canadian hub with a wide variety of domestic, US and international connections.
- Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (formerly Toronto City Centre Airport) is one of the most convenient urban airports in the world. It is located on Toronto Island, minutes from the downtown core with links to the city by a short ferry ride and shuttle, and is served by Porter Airlines and Air Canada.