Timmins is accessible by road, bus, rail and air and has several walking and biking trails. There are six flights daily to Toronto from Sunday to Friday and five flights on Saturday to Toronto. Whether you're traveling by foot, bike, car or public transit, you'll find it easy to get around the city with no traffic jams or long commuting times. Imagine the free time you'll have with the approximate driving time to work being 15 minutes from almost anywhere in the city.
Methods of Transportation
- Airport and Airline Information
- Ontario Northland Bus and Rail Service
- Timmins Transit
Taxis, or Limousine Service in Timmins
276 Wilson Avenue
143 Third Avenue
Veteran's Victory Taxi
88 Cedar Street South
1st Class Limousine Service
180 Moneta Avenue
The Timmins Transit runs throughout the City of Timmins providing affordable public bus service for everyone. The system currently operates 7 low floor, fully accessible transit buses that are designed to make it easier for disabled, elderly and frail passengers to board or exit the bus. For more information including bus fare and schedules, visit the website at: http://www.timminstransit.ca
The Timmins Handy-Transit is an accessible, specialized transportation service for registered residents and visitors who are registered with another specialized transit service. For more information call (705) 360-8457 or visit the website at:
Ontario Northland Bus Service
Ontario Northland Bus Service provides passenger and cargo services.
Ontario Northland Rail Service provides freight and connecting passenger service.
For other bus lines in Timmins please search the Business Directory (Timmins Chamber of Commerce).
Timmins Victor M. Power Airport
Owned and operated by the City of Timmins, the Victor M. Power Airport is one of the largest airports in Northern Ontario. The Airport is a convenient gateway to Toronto and other northern communities. Timmins is accessible by air with 6 flights daily to Toronto, Sunday through Friday, and 5 flights to Toronto on Saturday. The airport has tow runways (the main runway is 6,000 feet and the secondary runway is 4,900 feet), a flight service station, precision landing aids and emergency response capabilities to ensure safe and efficient air travel. Timmins is a hub airport serving the air traveler and cargo needs of an encompassing market area of 160,000 people. Customs and immigration clearance is available upon request.
For a list of airlines visit the Timmins Chamber of Commerce Business Directory: http://www.timminschamber.on.ca/directory.php?cat=Airlines