Hamilton offers a wide range of transportation options from planes to bikes:
John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport offers flights to and from 30 destinations including Canadian cities such as Calgary, Edmonton, Halifax, Vancouver, Moncton, Kamloops, Victoria, Kelowna, Regina, Saskatoon, St. John’s, Yellowknife, and Abbotsford.
Hamilton has two GO Train locations offering bus and train services to the surrounding region:
Hamilton’s bus system (HSR) main terminal (MacNab Transit Terminal) is located at 1 MacNab Street South and is within walking distance of a number of our large convention centres, hotels, and meeting places.
Meeting and convention attendees can enjoy a free waterfront trolley bus from downtown to our waterfront from June – Labour Day every 30 minutes from 10am – 9pm.
Hamilton’s location at the western end of Ontario’s Golden Horseshoe provides easy access to a network of highways (Queen Elizabeth Highway/QEW, 401, 403 and 407). Located between Toronto and Niagara; Hamilton is just an hour’s drive to the US border.
Hamilton has a combination of bike trails and bike lanes with signed routes. Our city also has a Bike Share program with 750 bicycles and 105 hubs where visitors can rent bikes and explore the city.
For more detailed information about transportation in and around Hamilton, please take a look at Getting Here & Around.