Timmins is well-serviced by an extensive network of major highway through the Highway 11 corridor.
Timmins is well-serviced by an extensive network of major highway through the Highway 11 corridor; which is a part of the Trans-Canada Highway that connects Eastern and Western Canada, as well as secondary roads that provide easy access within the region and access to nine United States border crossings within a day’s drive.
Timmins also features a high quality and reliable freight rail transportation network operated by Ontario Northland that services industries in Northeastern Ontario and Western Quebec. This 1,100 km (700 mi) rail system provides efficient connections to other rail lines and destinations across Canada and the United States.
The City of Timmins’ Victor M. Power airport provides a convenient gateway to regional, national and international markets to have access to corporate head offices for sale of products and services. It’s less than a 90-minute direct flight to both Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport in downtown Toronto and Pearson International Airport. There are numerous daily flights to the James Bay Coast and other regional destinations.
Toronto’s Pearson International Airport ranks 2nd among North American airports for international connectivity, with 175 non-stop flights to international destinations and 60 U.S. cities
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