Get a discount on your travel with UP Express!


If you're flying into Toronto Pearson International Airport and need to get downtown Toronto for the American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, be sure to take advantage of the UP Express group program - and get tickets at 25% off!


Just visit UPexpress.com before July 20, 2018 and use promo code ACA2018 to get your discount on adult return tickets (round-trip) from Pearson Station to Union Station. It's that easy!


UP Express tickets can be easily purchased at UPexpress.com. To get the 25% discounted group rate:

  • select "From Pearson To Union"
  • select an adult return ticket for your round-trip
  • Add to order then click the 'Buy Now' button and then Checkout to pay for ticket
  • At checkout...apply the promo code ACA2018 during purchase

UP Express connects Toronto Pearson International Airport to Union Station in the heart of downtown Toronto in just 25 stress-free minutes—less than half the time it often takes by car.  Trains leave every 15 minutes with the first train departing Pearson Station at 05:27 and the last train departing at 00:57. There's no easier or more convenient way to get to or from Toronto Pearson.

Public Transit


The closest subway (TTC) stops are Osgoode to the West (University Ave and Queen St.) and Queen to the East (Yonge and Queen). You can walk from Queen station to the Sheraton underground (through the Bay). Follow (or try) the PATH signs.


There are streetcars along Queen St that pass right in front of the Sheraton. The TTC system operates on a flat fare, no matter what distance you go, and transfers are available from one mode to another (ie subway to streetcar and vice versa). You pick up a transfer where you pay your fare. There are daily and weekly passes available.





The PATH is a maze of underground walkways connecting all the main office buildings from Union Station in the South to City Hall in the North, including the Sheraton, the Eaton Centre, and the Toronto Stock Exchange on Bay St. There are shops, restaurants and food courts spaced throughout the PATH system, as well as access to the subway at Queen St. Many shops and food outlets in the PATH are closed on weekends and evenings, though, as they mostly serve the business crowd.