Halton Hills has excellent transportation links to road, rail, shipping, and air transportation.
Halton Hills is located at the intersection of Highways 401 and 407 with easy access to Highway 403 and the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW). These roads provide access to both Canadian and United States markets and services.
The CN main line runs through Halton Hills, providing access to North America. Goderich- Exeter Rail Road (GERR) provides freight service to many cities in Southern Ontario. Passenger train service is also available in Halton Hills through GO Train, VIA Rail, Amtrak (USA) and Intermodal facilities are only minutes from the Halton Hills Premier Gateway.
Access to the St. Lawrence Seaway is close at hand through the ports of Toronto and Hamilton. Both ports provide docking, loading/unloading and storage facilities.
Lester B. Person Airport
Toronto's Lester B. Pearson International Airport is just a 20-minute drive from Halton Hills via express Highways 401 and 407. Pearson International Airport handles over 26.7 million passengers annually. Passenger and cargo services are available to major North American and International destinations. (source: GTAA, 2000).
John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport
Located just 50 kilometers from Halton Hills, Hamilton International Airport offers full Passenger and Cargo service across North America. The Hamilton International Airport is Canada's Number 1 airport in terms of freight and cargo aircraft.