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Getting Around

You can use a foreign driver’s licence for 60 days after arriving in Ontario. This section explains how to get an Ontario driver’s licence. It also helps you learn how to get around – by bus, train or plane.  If you are planning a trip you can get maps and travellers’ information here.

Travelling in Ontario by air, train, bus and taxi. Also find out how you can rent a car.

Public transportation systems in Ontario find the transportation system in your community.

Another great way to explore your community is on foot. Walking is a great way to learn about your neighbourhood or community, but everyone should be aware of traffic and ways to ensure you and your family follow pedestrian safety rules.

Getting a Driver's Licence tells you how to get an Ontario driver’s licence.

Traveller’s information find out about Ontario road signs, traffic reports and wait-times for Ontario-United States border crossings.

The official road map of Ontario

More information about transportation around Ontario you can learn about buying a car, auto insurance and International Driver’s Licences (IDL).

 
 
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