Cambridge’s location is serviced by a well-established network of regional and provincial highways. Cambridge’s main transportation attribute is its location on the MacDonald Cartier Freeway or Highway 401. This extensive road system throughout the Province of Ontario puts Cambridge in an ideal position to service Canada’s industrial heartland and the North-Eastern United States.
Freight Service for Cambridge is provided by both Canadian National and Canadian Pacific. Passenger service can be accessed at VIA Rail Kitchener or Guelph.
Cambridge’s business and leisure travelers are assured of access to worldwide air services with three airports less than an hour away.
Grand River Transit, operated by the Regional Municipality of Waterloo, provides public transit services in and between the cities of Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo.Approximately 85% of GRT buses are wheelchair accessible; with Mobility PLUS providing services for those with mobility challenges. For information on services, routes and fares visit www.grt.ca. Maps are available for purchase at the Visitor Centre and GRT Transit.
Cambridge Terminal (DC Synergy Ltd),
519.653.2732 | 1.800.661.8747
Coach Canada - Megabus
Provides bus services to and from Cambridge to Hamilton.
Ainslie Street Transit Terminal
GO transit service is available to and from Toronto and Milton, from Cambridge Smart Centres on Pinebush Road. For more information on GO transit services, visit www.gotransit.com
Hamilton Harbour is 40 km from Cambridge. The harbour facility is located on the west end of Lake Ontario, some 1,777 km from the open sea and is located to serve the Industrial Heart of Ontario. Facilities include freight and bulk terminals www.hamiltonport.ca