Toronto TTC Streetcar - Toronto's streetcar system is one of the few in North America still operating along street-running tracks and has been operating since the mid-19th century (horsecar service started in 1861 and 600 V DC overhead electric service in 1892). Streetcar service dates back to the Toronto Street Railway horse-drawn cars and continues today with the current electric cars.
1st car I ever wrecked,belonged to my Dad an my sister let me take it for a ride because her boyfriend was over only had front brakes..i ended up putting it in a ditch with the ass end stickin up over road which my folks passed n saw on thier way home..fast car 318..
An alternate to the popular 501 Queen route is the 508 Lakeshore, which weaves along the southern end of the city. From Eau du Soleil, it runs across Lakeshore Boulevard, The Queensway and King Street before finishing up in the area of King Street East and Church Street.
If you prefer to drive yourself, the Gardiner Expressway is right outside Eau Du Soleil’s doors. This major thruway offers easy access to all points north, south, east and west via the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW), Highway 427, Don Valley Parkway (DVP) and Highway 401.