iVentures 2018 takes place at the Design Exchange (234 Bay Street, Toronto). The DX is easily accessible by major modes of transportation, with direct access to public transit.
PUBLIC TRANSIT (TTC)
From the Yonge Street Subway Line
Exit at King Station and walk west one block to Bay St.
From the University Avenue Subway Line
Exit at St. Andrew Station and walk east two blocks to Bay St.
From Union Station
Walk north on Bay St.
From the Bloor-Danforth Subway Line
Exit at Bay Station and take the Bay St. South bus to King St.
From the Gardiner Expressway, Don Valley Parkway, or QEW
Take Gardiner Expressway to Bay Street exit. Go north on Bay to Wellington and turn left. Take Wellington to the TDC Underground Parking entrance.
From within the city
Go south on Bay Street to Wellington and turn right. Take Wellington to the TDC Underground Parking entrance.
Proceed to the Ernst & Young Tower, following signs for DX.
Bike racks are available in the TD Centre Courtyard, south of King and west of Bay.
The accessible entrance is off Wellington Street, just west of the Bay/Wellington intersection. There is a ramp with handrails that proceeds to the entrance of the Ernst and Young tower. Once in the main lobby of the E & Y tower, turn left toward the DX entrance. Proceed through the glass doors into DX.
Getting Around Toronto
- BILLY BISHOP AIRPORT (YTZ) – https://www.portstoronto.
- TORONTO PEARSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (YYZ) – http://www.torontopearson.
- Transit: Ride the red rocket on the TTC; Toronto’s bus, streetcar and subway systems. – http://ttc.ca
- UP Express: Take the new UP train from Pearson Airport to downtown. – https://www.upexpress.com
- Take the Train: Explore the Toronto surrounding areas with Go Transit. – http://www.gotransit.com/
- Taxi: Call #TAXI (#8294) on your mobile phone to be connected to the first available taxi company in the city.
- Uber: Download the Uber app – https://get.uber.com/
- On Two Wheels: Check out Bike Share Toronto, the bike rental system. – http://www.bikesharetoronto.
- Explore the City: Visit the City of Toronto website for more info. – http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/
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