Learn More about Sudbury's Transportation systems!
The city of Sudbury is home to many safe, reliable, and affordable public and private transportation systems serving over 4 million passengers each year.
Sudbury’s city bus system is home to more than thirty routes offering all-day service throughout the week, including buses that travel directly to the College. Buses generally arrive at each stop every 15 minutes, but the length of time may vary on weekends, holidays, and later into the evening.
The taxi system in Sudbury is safe and reliable. Over 15 companies provided taxi service throughout the city, operating 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
Those who would like to own a car for their daily commute can apply for the Ontario Driver’s Test. Those over 21 with a valid Driver’s License also have the option to rent a vehicle.
Walking and Biking
Walking and, biking is another popular option for students, and is especially appealing to students who live in the New Sudbury area. The city of Sudbury is connected by many scenic trails and dedicate bike lanes, making it convenient to get from location to location while enjoying the city’s fresh air and scenery.
Greater Sudbury Airport
The Greater Sudbury Airport is one of northern Ontario’s busiest and is currently served by Air Canada, Bearskin Airlines, Porter Airlines, Sunwing Airlines, and West Jet.