Getting Here

Driving, walking, cycling, riding public transit? Visit 2016 KBF google map to get directions from where ever you are!

By Air:

The Region of Waterloo International Airport (YKF) is located in Breslau, minutes from Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo. Fly into Waterloo Region for a weekend, or an extended stay. YKF has non-stop daily service to Chicago and Calgary, with one-stop connections available to 250+ cities in 40 countries.

www.waterlooairport.ca
American Airlines at Waterloo Region Airport
WestJet at Waterloo Region Airport

If you are travelling from the US please make sure that you have the necessary documentation and eligibility to enter Canada.
www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/

Drive Your Car:
Remember: Do not drink and drive. Visit our sponsor Over the Limit Designated Drivers or call 1-888-594-9144
From Toronto to Kitchener-Waterloo:
• Take ON-401 W towards London
• Keep left at the fork, follow signs for QEW/​Hamilton/​Ontario 403/​Ontario 410/​Brampton
• Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Ontario 401 W/​London and merge onto ON-401 W
• Take exit 278 to merge onto ON-8 W toward Kitchener/​Waterloo

From London to Kitchener-Waterloo:
• Take the ramp onto ON-401 E via ramp towards Toronto
• Take exit 278B for Regional Road 8/​King St E toward Kitchener-Waterloo
• Merge onto King St E Merge onto ON-8 W via the ramp to Kitchener/​Waterloo

Take the Train:
VIA Rail runs between Kitchener and Toronto, Guelph, London, and Sarnia; the train station is located at 126 Weber St. W, near the corner of Victoria St. in the northeast corner of downtown. Via runs three trains a day in each direction.
www.viarail.ca/en/explore-our-destinations/stations/ontario/kitchener

Take the Bus:
GoBus Route 25 Waterloo/Mississauga. Stops in Waterloo Region: Wilfred Laurier University, University of Waterloo, Kitchener Bus Terminal, Sportsworld and Cambridge Smart Centres.
www.gotransit.com

Grand River Transit (GRT):
Is the public transport operator for the Region of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. It operates daily bus services in the region, primarily in the cities of Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge. The iXpress bus rapid transit operated by GRT consists of three routes along main corridors in Kitchener-Waterloo and Cambridge. The older route, Route 200 runs from Conestoga Mall in Waterloo and Ainslie Street Terminal in Cambridge primarily along King Street in Kitchener and Waterloo and Hespeler Road in Cambridge. The second route, route 201, runs from Forest Glen Terminal in Kitchener to Conestoga Mall in Waterloo, primarily along Fischer-Hallman Road in both cities. The third, route 202, runs in a crosstown fashion through Waterloo, primarily along University Avenue, between the Boardwalk shopping centre and Conestoga Mall.
www.grt.ca

Ride Your Bike:
You can ride your bike anywhere in Waterloo Region. In the cities, bike trips of less than five kilometres often take no more time than driving. You can even use Bus ‘n’ Bike to combine cycling and Grand River Transit rack-equipped vehicles to make longer rides easier.
www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/gettingaround/cycling.asp

Take a Cab:
There are many licensed taxi-cabs companies serving downtown Kitchener. Search here for details.

 
 

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