International - Mississauga


Travel Options

When you first arrive in Canada, it might take a little while to adjust to how to access various methods of transportation. Lambton College has outlined a few options:

An international studend at the registrar office asking questions at the desk.
An international student posing for photo in hallways with flags in background.

Transportation from the Airport

Toronto Pearson Airport to Toronto
The UP Express runs from Toronto Pearson Airport to Union Station in 25 minutes. Trains run frequently and services are available 7 days a week. For departure schedules and booking, please refer to the Train to City - UP Express website.
Taxis & Limos
The Taxi and Limo service is fast, easy, and safe way to travel from Toronto Pearson Airport to your destination. For more information, please refer to Taxis and Limos.
Public Transit
Public Transit buses are another convenient way of commuting from Toronto Pearson Airport. For information on routes and schedules, please refer to Public Transit Buses.

Local Transportation

Brampton Transit

A public transit bus service is available for the city of Brampton - visit the Brampton Transit website for information about planning a trip, fares, maps, and updates.


Students can access MiWay - a transit service for the city of Mississauga. Visit the MiWay Transit website for trip planning, fares, maps, and updates.

Parking Services

Parking at Queen's College

Students at Queen's College campus - Lambton in Mississauga have access to free designated student parking on a first-come, first-served basis.

Parking is located at 121 Brunel Road and 5957 Whittle Road.

Motor vehicles parking on College property not associated with Queen's College or Lambton in Mississauga will be towed at the owner's expense.

Bicycle and ebike parking areas are provided on College property and riders are recommended to use these facilities.

If you require special parking, please contact

Regional Transportation

GO Transit
As the general public transit service for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton areas, GO Transit is a great way to get around. Form more information about planning a trip, fares, schedules, maps, and update visit the GO Transit website. You can also apply for a discounted rate as a post-secondary student.
Download the Uber app or visit the Uber website for more information.
Download the Lyft app or visit the Lyft website for more information.

Need Additional Help?

Contact our Arrival Services & Housing department at