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​Getting Around

[walking]Queen's is a small, pedestrian-friendly campus with services, lecture halls, and residences within walking or cycling distance of each other. And downtown Kingston is on Queen's doorstep, allowing students to take full advantage of the downtown core without having to splurge on transportation.

[Bike rack]     [tricolour outlet advertisement]

 

BIKE

[bike]
  • Bikes and Boards: a centre for bike and board safety, maintenance and culture that promoted carbon-free alternative transport and healthy lifestyles

  • Yellow Bike Action
    A volunteer-run bike shop which provides reconditioned bikes for sale and inexpensive bike repairs.

  • Rack and Roll:
    Buses in Kingston offer bike racks spring through fall.

  • Kingston cycling routes
     

CAR /
MOTORBIKE

[car]

[motorbike]
 

BUS

[bus]
[photo of painted bus - AMS]
  • Kingston Transit Bus System:
    Bus stops are located across campus and service is free with your student card between September and April.

    Use Kingston Transit's Trip Planner tool to plan your bus trip door to door. It's simple and available 24/7.
TAXI

[taxi]
  • Amey´s Greenwood Taxi Ltd:
    613-546-1111

  • Kingston & Amherst Taxi Co.:
    613-542-3333

  • Modern Taxi Cab Limited:
    613-546-2222

Maps and Access  [map]

Queen's
Kingston

Travelling Outside of Kingston

BUS

 [bus]
TRAIN

[train]
AIRPLANE

[plane]

[tricolour socks]