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Published on October 3, 2013 | by Cody Loconte     Photography by Shelby Morell

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How to get to Guelph-Humber from anywhere in town

No more $60 taxi rides.

New and returning students alike might not be aware of the many transit options available en route to the University of Guelph-Humber.

Numerous bus routes can take you to and from Guelph-Humber at any time, among them, bus No. 191 (the Highway 27 Rocket) from Kipling Station, the 96 Wilson bus from Wilson Station and the 36 Finch West bus from Finch Station. (Keep in mind the subway stops running at 1:30 a.m.)

From Kipling Station (Starbucks, Dundas Street Grille, Apache Burgers, shuttle bus to IKEA Etobicoke) there are three ways to Guelph-Humber. The first is the 191 Highway 27 Rocket, which is an express route taking you directly to Guelph-Humber.

You can also take either the 46 Martin Grove or the 45 Kipling bus to Westhumber Blvd., walking to the north side of the street and waiting for a 96 Wilson bus that will bring you to Guelph-Humber.

From Sherway Gardens (food court, Forever 21, Sporting Life, Chapters) you can either take the 123 Sherbourne bus from Sherway to Kipling Station or take the 15 Evans bus to Royal York Station. From Royal York Station, take the 73C Royal York bus to Wilson Ave. Walk to the north side of the street and take the 96 Wilson bus to Guelph-Humber.

From Yonge & Dundas (Toronto Eaton Centre, Yonge-Dundas Square, heart of downtown Toronto) walk to Dundas Station and take the subway northbound to Wilson Station. From there, take either the 96 A, B or E Wilson bus. The C or D will get you lost. You can also take the 505 Dundas streetcar heading west to Dundas West Station. Then take the subway westbound to Kipling station.

From Union Station (numerous restaurants, CN Tower, Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre) take the subway toward either Downsview or Finch Station and get off at the appropriate transfer station (St. George or Bloor stations, respectively). Head west on the Bloor-Danforth line towards Kipling Station.

From The club district, Richmond & Spadina Before 1 a.m.: Take the 510 Spadina streetcar towards Spadina Station. From there, make your way to Kipling Station. You can also walk to St. Patrick Station and take the subway to Wilson Station. From there, take the 96 Wilson bus. After 1 a.m.: Walk to the intersection of Queen St. W and Spadina Ave. Take the 301 Queen bus west to Roncesvalles Ave. From there, go to the north side of the street and wait for the 313 Jane bus. After your journey on the 313, get off at Finch Ave. W. and take the 309 Finch West bus westerly towards Guelph-Humber. Get off at Humber College Blvd at Highway 27 west side.

If you miss the last 191 bus at 1 a.m., there are 24 hour bus lines that can get you home. Take the 311 Islington to Elmhurst Ave. From there, walk to the north side of the street and wait for the 319 Wilson bus. Night bus lines run about every half an hour.

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One Response to How to get to Guelph-Humber from anywhere in town

  1. Natalie says:

    I live in the area of kipling and dixon area. What bus route would i take to get to Guelph Humber University?

    Or secondly, from the area of Martingrove and Westway?

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