LEDC (London, Ontario, Canada)

By Car

Located halfway between Toronto and Detroit, London sits on the north side of the junction of Highways 401 and 402 in the heart of Southwestern Ontario. From Highway 401 there are three northbound exits: (map)

From Highway 402, there are two exits:

In addition, there are numerous smaller regional highways that enter the city from all directions including Highway 2 from Woodstock, which feeds through Dundas Street direct to City Centre. Highway 7 West/Highbury from Stratford, and Highway 4 from St. Thomas (from the South).

By Rail, Air and Bus

London's VIA Rail station is located downtown at 205 York Street, close to major hotels and restaurants. Fourteen trains per day serve the London station with regular connections to Toronto, Sarnia and Windsor. Many people use the reliable two hour service to attend to business in Toronto, some on a daily basis use the service to commute to work.

London International Airport is the 12th busiest passenger airport in Canada, serving 350,000 travelers annually. There is direct air service to the United States, the Caribbean and major Canadian cities.

RobertQ Airbus and Aboutown Airbus Express provide ground transportation to and from Toronto's Pearson International Airport, and to and from Detroit Metropolitan Airport.

Greyhound Canada provides daily service to London from most major cities with either direct routes or connections through Toronto. The bus terminal is located downtown at 101 York Street.

Can't find what you're looking for?

Call our Welcome Desk: 1-866-SEE-LONDON

To locate an address on a map of the City of London go to: City of London Maps