|Mailing Address||The Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|University of Toronto|
|10 King’s College Road, Room GB446|
|Canada M5S 3G4|
The following building codes apply to the listed room numbers:
- BA- Bahen Centre for Information Technology
- EA- Engineering Annex
- GB- Galbraith Building
- MC- Mechanical Engineering Building
- MSB- Medical Sciences Building
- PT- Pratt Building
- SF- Sandford Fleming
See the campus map for building locations.
Whether approaching Toronto by car or by bus, the traveler will reach Toronto by one of several major
routes paralleling the shore of Lake Ontario. Highways 401 and 2, and the Queen Elizabeth Way, enter Toronto
from the west. Highways 401 and 2 also enter Toronto from the east. Hwy 400 runs from the north and connects
with Hwy 401.
The building is two blocks west of the Queen's Park subway station on the Yonge-University subway line.
If you arrive in Toronto by plane, transportation from Pearson International Airport to downtown is available by limousine or
by taxi (approximately $50 one-way), by bus service to downtown hotels (approximately $18 one-way or $30 round-trip),
or by renting a car at the airport. Travel to downtown can take anywhere from 30 minutes to one-and-a-half hours
depending upon traffic. If you arrive in Toronto by inter-city bus, the Toronto Bus Terminal at the intersection
of Bay Street and Dundas Street connects underground with the Dundas subway station.
If you arrive in Toronto by train, Union Station connects underground with the Union subway station.
Parking is available in a pay lot on McCaul Street, underground at CAMH (entry on Spadina Ave., just north of College St),
and underground at the Bahn Building (entry on Huron St.- see map, just north of College St.)