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Getting Here

Located at the intersection of the Trans anada Highway, Highway 69 South and Highway 144 North, Greater Sudbury serves as the regional capital of Northeastern Ontario. It is located 390 km (242 miles) north of Toronto, 290 km (180 miles) east of Sault Ste. Marie, and 483 km (300 miles) west of Ottawa (the Capital of Canada).

When traveling to Greater Sudbury, you have a number of options. You can travel by air, land or rail. Click on the links to find out more about getting to Greater Sudbury using these modes of transportation.

 

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Getting Around the City

Greater Sudbury's public transit system offers a safe, reliable, cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative for residents to get where they need to go.  Public transportation services contribute to the social and ecological health of our community by removing geographic barriers to employment and social services opportunities and by reducing the environmental and infrastructure costs of transportation.

Public transportation includes both conventional transit and the transportation of persons with physical disabilities. For more information about schedules, fares, routes, or alternative options for people who are unable to use the bus service, please visit Greater Sudbury Transit.