YRT/Viva offers seamless connections across the nine municipalities of York Region with easy access to neighbouring transit systems in the City of Toronto, Durham Region and Peel Region.
There are 14 TTC routes operating directly between York Region and subway stations in the City of Toronto, offering you a convenient way to connect without changing buses.
Here's how the fare system works when travelling on TTC in York Region:
If your trip starts and ends north of Steeles Ave., you will pay a YRT/Viva
fare when you board a TTC bus. You can request a transfer from your
driver to use additional YRT/Viva services in York Region.
If you are travelling southbound across the City of Toronto boundary at
Steeles Ave., you will pay a TTC fare and YRT/Viva fare when you board
the bus. You can request a transfer from your driver to use additional
TTC services in Toronto.
If you are travelling northbound across the City of Toronto boundary at
Steeles Ave., you will have to pay a TTC fare when you board the bus and a
YRT/Viva fare when you exit the front door of the bus. You can request a
transfer from your driver to use additional YRT/Viva services in York Region.
More fare integration details are available on the Fare Policy page.
Take a look at our municipal maps to see where the TTC services your area.
For more TTC information, call 416-393-INFO (4636) or visit ttc.ca
GO Transit provides train and bus service to and from Union Station in the City of Toronto for commuters in York Region. For more information about GO Transit, including routes and schedules, visit gotransit.com.
YRT/Viva's Ride to GO program allows you to get to and from GO Train stations without the hassles of driving or parking for just 75¢. You must have valid prepaid GO fare media in addition to your 75¢. For more information, visit our Ride to GO page.
GO Transit Route 40 provides hourly non-stop service, seven days a week, between Richmond Hill Centre Terminal and Pearson International Airport.
GO Transit fares apply for this service. Please visit gotransit.com for schedule information and more details.
The Regional Municipality of York and the City of Brampton have partnered to offer a new integrated rapid transit service for riders travelling between Brampton and York University.
Effective September 2010, Brampton's new Züm rapid transit service operates between downtown Brampton and York University along the Queen Street corridor in Brampton and Highway 7 in York Region. York Region's Viva orange service continues to operate along Highway 7 between Martin Grove Road and York University.
Together, Viva orange and Brampton Züm offers a combined service frequency of 7.5 minutes between Martin Grove Road and York University, seven days a week.
Fare integration details are available on the Fare Policy page.
For more information on Brampton Transit services, visit brampton.ca/transit