Biking is one of the easiest ways to experience the full beauty of Kingstn with various cycling trails, cycling friendly infrastructure, and options for bike rental. Kingston won Bike-Friendly Community Bronze recognition from the Share the Road Cycling Coalition in 2012 for investing in its cycling infrastructure. 

    Visit the City of Kingston website for more information on Kingston’s cycling network and seasonal cycling trails. 

    Safe Cycling

    When planning your cycling route make sure to check road closures and delays for this week before planning your route. Check closures here.

    Electric Vehicle Charging Stations 

    A network of public electric vehicle charging stations is available throughout the City at municipal facilities, parking lots, and at some on-street parking locations. Several of these locations are located in the downtown area. Click for a map of available stations in the City of Kingston

    The City's public EV charging stations are operated through the Flo Network and will consist of Level 2 and Level 3 chargers. To use a Flo charging station download the mobile app from Google Play or the App Store. 

    Mega Bus operates multiple lines to and from Kingston with connections to cities such as Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Mississauga and more! Visit the Mega Bus website for current fares and schedules.
    The Kingston Bus Terminal is located at 1175 John Counter Blvd, south of the 401 between Division Street and Sir John A McDonald Blvd.

    VIA Rail arrives and departs from Kingston every day and is a great way to avoid traffic and inclement weather. The Kingston VIA Rail station is connected to and from major city centres such as Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto and is just a 15-minute drive from downtown Kingston. 
    Taxi and Uber are both available from the station as well as Kingston Transit via route 16. 

    For details on fares and schedules, visit the VIA Rail website or call 1.888.VIA-RAIL.  

    Beginning in March 2022, flights will depart from the Kingston Airport three times a day Monday to Friday, and twice a day on Saturdays and Sundays. A 45-minute flight from Kingston to Montreal (Pierre Trudeau/Dorval Airport) will be available. Kingston is the first Ontario destination for Pascan Aviation, which flies to cities in Quebec and Labrador. 
    Visit the Kingston Airport website.