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HOW TO REACH ROGERS CENTRE

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In the heart of downtown Toronto, Rogers Centre is accessible by road and public transportation in many different ways. To enjoy your visit to the stadium, we recommend that guests plan their travel arrangements in advance of coming to Rogers Centre.

Accessible by road, train, public transportation and pedestrian routes, Rogers Centre asks guests to consider using public transportation as an alternative to driving.  This will increase fan enjoyment by reducing congestion in the downtown Toronto core.

The below directions are meant as a guide for guests traveling to the stadium. Please allow for sufficient driving time, taking into consideration traffic, construction, road closures and passport requirements (where applicable) along your route.

If you have arranged a group and are arriving by bus, the Metro Toronto Convention Centre Marshalling Yard will be available for bus parking by reservation only. To reserve a spot, on a first come first serve basis while available, please call 416-585-8345 or email Michel Genier.

DRIVING AND PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
FROM NEW YORK
WEST
EAST
NORTH

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PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Running 24-hours a day, the TTC is a convenient way to access Toronto's vibrant downtown core without worrying about where to find parking.  With Rogers Centre conveniently located on multiple surface routes as well as via the train, this is a simple alternative when deciding how to arrive for the big game.
TTC, the better way

FROM NEW YORK
From Buffalo, NY:
  • Take I-190 N to Exit 9 toward Peace Bridge (Canada).
  • Cross into Canada via the Peace Bridge and continue as street becomes Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW).
  • After traveling approximately 85 miles, keep left to take Gardiner Expressway East toward Toronto.
  • Go east on the Gardiner Expressway to the Spadina Ave exit.
  • Proceed north along Spadina into the heart of downtown Toronto to locate open public parking.
From Syracuse, NY:
  • Take I-90 West to I-290 West
  • Proceed on I-290 West until I-190 North and merge north towards Niagara Falls.
  • Cross into Canada via the Queenston-Lewiston Bridge and continue as street becomes Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW).
  • After traveling approximately 85 miles, keep left to take Gardiner Expressway East toward Toronto.
  • Go east on the Gardiner Expressway to the Spadina Ave exit.
  • Proceed north along Spadina into the heart of downtown Toronto to locate open public parking.

To avoid any congestion with driving, we highly recommend using the Toronto Transit Commission to reach the stadium which is only minutes away from the Union Station subway stop.

For guests arriving from Buffalo, Syracuse or West of Toronto certain TTC locations have paid parking lots throughout the city and in the west end the best way to access public transportation is at:

Kipling Subway Station (5247 Dundas St W. Toronto, ON)
  • Enter Toronto on the QEW, take the Hwy-427 exit toward Hwy-401/Pearson Airport and merge onto Hwy 427 North. Take the exit toward Dundas St W. and drive along Dundas St W until you reach Kipling Subway Station located on the south side of the street.
  • Take the Kipling Station east along the Bloor/Danforth line into downtown Toronto.
  • Exit at the St. George stop and transfer south on the Yonge/University/Spadina line to Union Station where Rogers Centre is located.

Passengers should get off at Union Station and follow the designated Skywalk route to Rogers Centre. Upon exiting the Skywalk, the path splits into two walkways leading to Gate 3 (right hand side) and Gate 6 (left hand side).

 WEST
From West of Toronto:

  • Take Highway 401 to Highway 427.
  • Go south on Hwy 427 to the Gardiner Expressway.
  • Go east on the Gardiner Expressway to the Spadina Ave exit.
  • Proceed north along Spadina into the heart of downtown Toronto to locate open public parking.

OR

  • Take the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) to the Gardiner Expressway.
  • Go east on the Gardiner Expressway to the Spadina Ave exit.
  • Proceed north along Spadina into the heart of downtown Toronto to locate open public parking.
Kipling Subway Station (5247 Dundas St W. Toronto, ON)
  • Enter Toronto on the QEW, take the Hwy-427 exit toward Hwy-401/Pearson Airport and merge onto Hwy 427 North. Take the exit toward Dundas St W. and drive along Dundas St W until you reach Kipling Subway Station located on the south side of the street.
  • Take the Kipling Station east along the Bloor/Danforth line into downtown Toronto. Exit at the St. George stop and transfer south on the Yonge/University/Spadina line to Union Station where Rogers Centre is located.
Passengers should get off at Union Station and follow the designated Skywalk route to Rogers Centre. Upon exiting the Skywalk, the path splits into two walkways leading to Gate 3 (right hand side) and Gate 6 (left hand side).

EAST

From East of Toronto:

  • Take Highway 401 to Don Valley Parkway (DVP).
  • Go south on the DVP to the Gardiner Expressway.
  • Go west on the Gardiner Expressway to the Spadina Ave exit.
  • Proceed north along Spadina to find open public parking lot.
OR
  • Take Highway 401 to Don Valley Parkway (DVP).
  • Go south on the DVP to the Gardiner Expressway.
  • Go west on the Gardiner Expressway to the Jarvis exit.
  • Proceed north along Jarvis to the Green P Municipal Parking Lot located at the Jarvis/Esplanade intersection on the west side.

Once parked Rogers Centre is an approximate 20 minute walk west on Front St.

For guests arriving East of Toronto certain TTC locations have paid parking lots throughout the city and in the west end the best way to access public transportation is at:

Kennedy Subway Station (2455 Eglinton Ave. E, Toronto, ON)

  • Take Highway 401 and exit at Kennedy Rd.
  • Turn left onto Kennedy Rd and then left on Eglinton Ave E.
  • Take the Kennedy Station west along the Bloor/Danforth line into downtown Toronto
  • Exit at the Yonge stop and transfer south on the Yonge/University/Spadina line to Union Station where Rogers Centre is located.

Passengers should get off at Union Station and follow the designated Skywalk route to Rogers Centre. Upon exiting the Skywalk, the path splits into two walkways leading to Gate 3 (right hand side) and Gate 6 (left hand side).

NORTH
From North of Toronto:

  • Take Highway 404 until it becomes the Don Valley Parkway (DVP).
  • Go south on the DVP to the Gardiner Expressway.
  • Go west on the Gardiner Expressway to the Spadina Ave exit.
  • Proceed north along Spadina to find open public parking lot.

OR

  • Take Highway 400 until it ends at Highway 401.
  • Go west on Highway 401 to Highway 427.
  • Go south on Highway 427 to the Gardiner Expressway.
  • Go east on the Gardiner Expressway to the Spadina Ave exit.
  • Proceed north along Spadina into the heart of downtown Toronto to locate open public parking.

To avoid any congestion with driving, we highly recommend using the Toronto Transit Commission to reach the stadium which is only minutes away from the Union Station subway stop.

For guests arriving North of Toronto certain TTC locations have paid parking lots throughout the city and in the west end the best way to access public transportation is at:

Downsview Subway Station (1035 Sheppard Ave. W, Toronto, ON)
  • Take Highway 400 until it ends at Highway 401.
  • Go east on Highway 401 and exit at Allen Rd.
  • Merge onto Allen Rd. North and exit at Downsview Subway Station
  • Take the Downsview Station south into downtown Toronto and exit at Union Station.

OR

  • Take Highway 404 until it ends at Highway 401.
  • Go east on Highway 401 and exit at Allen Rd.
  • Merge onto Allen Rd. North and exit at Downsview Subway Station.
  • Take the Downsview Station south along the Yonge/University/Spadina line into downtown Toronto and exit at Union Station
Yorkdale Shopping Mall (1 Yorkdale Rd, Toronto, ON)
  • Take Highway 400 until it ends at Highway 401.
  • Go east on Highway 401 and exit at Yorkdale Rd.
  • Access the Yorkdale Station subway stop through the mall and take the train south into downtown Toronto and exit at Union Station.

OR

  • Take Highway 400 until it ends at Highway 401.
  • Go west on Highway 401 and exit at Yorkdale Rd.
  • Access the Yorkdale Station subway stop through the mall and take the train south along the Yonge/University/Spadina line into downtown Toronto and exit at Union Station.

Passengers should get off at Union Station and follow the designated Skywalk route to Rogers Centre. Upon exiting the Skywalk, the path splits into two walkways leading to Gate 3 (right hand side) and Gate 6 (left hand side).

PUBLIC TRANSPORT 

Convenient and easily accessible, Toronto's public transportation system is an ideal and hassle-free way of getting to Rogers Centre to enjoy the game. Located steps from the Union Subway Station, guests will reach Rogers Centre within a matter of minutes when exiting the station.

Passengers should get off at Union Station and follow the designated Skywalk route to Rogers Centre. Upon exiting the Skywalk, the path splits into two walkways leading to Gate 3 (right hand side) and Gate 6 (left hand side).

The facility is also within easy walking distance of streetcar stops on King St (at Peter St. & John St.) and Spadina Ave (Bremner Blvd.).

A map for TTC subway service is here. (Adobe Acrobat Format)