Heritage Point is positioned close to Highway 406 and the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) and is a short drive away from St. Catharines GO Station.

St Catharines Transit

Highways

Convenient access to Highway 406 and the QEW allows you to travel quickly around town and in Toronto..

  • Highway 406 is a north-south route connecting Welland, Thorold, and downtown St. Catharines to the QEW
  • The QEW is a 400-series highway linking Toronto with the Niagara Peninsula and Buffalo.

GO Transit

GO Transit offers safe and efficent travel to and from Toronto and the GTA. St. Catharines Via station is a 7 minute drive away from the site. St. Catharines Fairview Mall GO Bus stop is a 10 minute drive away.

Taking the Bus

The St. Catharines community is served by the St. Catharines Transit Commission with multiple routes and bus stops within walking distance from the site.

Cycling

Extensive networks of paved roads, cycling paths, and off-road trails make biking an excellent option to travel in and around St. Catharines. Cycling offers an way to see all of the city’s attractions and take in Niagara’s breathtaking sceneries.

For more information:

http://www.stcatharines.ca/en/experiencein/cycling.asp

http://www.yourbus.com/

Travelling Directions by Car

To Niagara Falls
(12.8 kilometres)

Get on Queen Eilzabeth Way from Grantham Ave S and continue to Niagara Falls. Turn right onto Stanley Ave to reach Niagara Falls.

To Toronto Union Station
(113 kilometres)

Get on Queen Elizabeth Way from Berryman Ave. Continue on Queen Elizabeth Way to Harbour St in Old Toronto, Toronto. Take the Bay St/York St exit from Gardiner Expy E and drive to Bay St to reach Union Station.