Next bus departures from Pearson
- Plan your trip
- Fares and passes
- Subway map (PDF)
- Night bus network (PDF)
Where to catch your bus
TTC buses depart at Ground Level – Column R4
Map of TTC bus stop at Terminal 1.
TTC buses depart at Arrivals Level – Column C8 to C12.
Map of TTC bus stop at Terminal 3.
Routes from Pearson
Travel from Pearson Airport to downtown Toronto in 45 minutes. The 900 Express route provides all-day accessible express bus service between Kipling Station on Line 2 Bloor-Danforth and Pearson International Airport. Kipling Station is an accessible subway station. There are bike and luggage racks on this bus.
The 952 and 52A Lawrence West route provides all-day bus service between Lawrence Station on Line 1 Yonge-University, Lawrence West Station on Line 1 and Pearson Airport.
Buses 300 and 332 run overnight.
Where to buy tickets at Pearson
- Terminal 1 – Ground Level, Public Transit Area – Door R, vending machine
- Terminal 3 – Arrivals Level, Public Transit Area - Door B, vending machine
Fares can also be paid in cash on board the bus. Be sure to ask the driver for a transfer as proof of payment.
Save with PRESTO
PRESTO is an electronic payment card that you can use to pay your transit fare, instead of using cash, tickets or tokens. With PRESTO, you can connect between multiple transit services, like TTC, GO and UP Express. You can buy PRESTO cards at vending machines and at UP Express customer service counters at the airport.
All TTC buses have a ramp and can lower at the front door to make it easier to get on board.
Route and stop announcements
Announcements at each stop tell riders the bus route and destination. This information is also shown on signs at the front, side and back of the bus. If you do not hear or see the automated announcements, you can ask the bus driver.
All accessible buses have two areas at the front of the bus for customers using mobility devices, like wheelchairs and scooters. Seats with blue fabric are priority seats for seniors and persons with a disability.