Community of Choice...for Ease of Access
Whitby's central location is ideal for efficient, cost-effective movement of goods throughout the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and international markets. Whitby is well served by a variety of transportation options:
Highway 407 East - Phase I Open to Traffic
- Over 20 km of new 4-lane tollway from Brock Road in Pickering to Harmony Road in Oshawa.Interchanges in Whitby at Brock/Baldwin Street and Thickson Road.
- Phase II will extend Highway 407 a further 22 km to Highway 35/115; scheduled completion is 2020.
- Highway 407 is the first electronically operated toll highway opened in the world. www.highway407east.com
- A 4-lane north-south highway linking Highway 407 and 401 in West Whitby
- Located entirely within Whitby with partial interchanges at Dundas Street and Winchester Road, and a full interchange at Taunton Road.
- A 4-lane east-west highway linking Windsor to Cornwall, and passing through Toronto and the South end of Whitby
- New partial interchange at Lake Ridge Road.
- A key east-west connector stretching from Sarnia to Ottawa, passing through the northern Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and North Whitby
- A key east-west connector through Downtown Whitby, which extends from Windsor to Cornwall
Collector Roads :
- Brock Street/Baldwin Street (Highway 12)
- Lake Ridge Road (Highway 23)
- Victoria Street
- Taunton Road
- Rossland Road
- Myrtle Road
- CPR Vaughan Intermodal Terminal
- CN Brampton Intermodal Terminal
Freight Rail(Click for More Information)
Deep Sea Ports(Click for More Information)
- Toronto Pearson International Airport (63 km)
- Toronto Island (Billy Bishop) Airport (57 km)
- Oshawa Executive Airport (9 km)
- GO Transit operates Commuter Service from the Whitby GO Train (Lakeshore East Line) and Bus Station connect to locations throughout the GTA and beyond. A planned eastern extension to Bowmanville is being developed.
- VIA Rail operates Passenger Train service connects to Canadian cities and US passenger services.