Cycle Tourism Conference Logo 2023

Make plans to attend the Cycle Tourism Conference, a full-day conference to be held in Toronto on March 2, 2023 hosted by Ontario By Bike / Transportation Options

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Conference Venue

Centennial College Event Centre, Toronto (East – Scarborough)

Located at: 937 Progress Avenue, Toronto
“R” Building, 8th floor

We are pleased to be hosting the 2023 conference at this extraordinary location and state of the art event centre, located near Hwy 401 & Markham Road.

Enjoy the beautiful facility, panoramic views of the city and support the learning of students in this professional setting, a part of the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts – our future workforce.


Conference Hotel

Best Western Plus Executive Inn, Toronto (East – Scarborough)

Located at: 38 Estate Drive, Toronto

We have a limited number of rooms reserved for March 1 and March 2 with guaranteed rate set at $179 per night plus taxes. The hotel is located less than 1km from conference venue, a 10 minute walk.

To reserve a room with this rate indicate you are with the ‘Cycle Tourism Conference’ at time of booking.
Email hotel: guest.bw.toronto@bwexeplusinn.com
Phone hotel: 416-430-0444
Note: Book early, as room block is only reserved with guaranteed rate until February 1. All rooms can be cancelled with no penalty until 7 days prior to stay, and fully payable after. Check cancellation policy at time of booking


Travel Information – Getting To Conference

The conference venue at Centennial College Event Centre is located in Toronto, east of downtown, in Scarborough at Highway 401 and Markham Road.

By Car: 

From Highway 401, exit Markham Road South. Turn left at first set of lights, on to Progress Avenue and into campus. Follow directional signage to Event Centre.
Parking in designated lot is included with registration. (Exact location TBA).

By TTC – Toronto Public Transit: 

Make use of the TTC Trip Planner – www.ttc.ca/trip-planner

If coming from downtown, take Line 2/Bloor Danforth east to Warden Station. At Warden Station, walk out of the station to catch the 102 or 902 bus on Warden just south of the intersection of Warden and St. Clair Ave E. Take the bus east to the Centennial College Bus Terminal. Alternatively, take Line 2 east to Kennedy station, then take Line 3 (Scarborough) north to Scarborough Centre Station. Walk east to McCowan Rd and take the 134 bus east to Centennial College.

Inter-Regional Public Transit: 

GO Transit – www.gotransit.com/en/trip-planning/plan-your-trip

For other public transit options – www.centennialcollege.ca/locations

VIA Rail – www.viarail.ca

By Bike: 

Plan your ride using the interactive Toronto Cycling Map – www.toronto.ca/cycling

From the Airport: 

Toronto Pearson International (YYZ) – Take the UP Express to Union Station. From Union Station either:
– Take Line 2/Bloor Danforth east to Warden Station. At Warden Station, walk out of the station to catch the 102 or 902 bus on Warden just south of intersection of Warden and St. Clair Ave E. Take the bus east to the Centennial College Bus Terminal. Alternatively, take Line 2 east to Kennedy station, then take Line 3 (Scarborough) north to Scarborough Centre Station. Walk east to McCowan Rd and take the 134 bus east to Centennial College.
– OR take GO Train from Union Station to Scarborough Go Station on the Oshawa Line. Walk 4 mins to St. Clair Ave E and Midland Ave and take the 902 Markham Rd Express to the Centennial College Bus Terminal.
– Make use of the TTC Trip Planner – www.ttc.ca/trip-planner

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) – Take quick airport shuttle to Union Station.
– Take TTC Line 1/Yonge University north to Line 2/Bloor Danforth, then east on Line 2 to Warden Station. At Warden Station, walk out of the station to catch the 102A bus (Markham Rd to Progress/Centennial College) on Warden just south of intersection of Warden and St. Clair Ave E. Take the bus east to the Centennial College Bus Terminal. Alternatively, take Line 2 east to Kennedy station, then take Line 3 (Scarborough) north to Scarborough Centre Station. Walk east to McCowan Rd and take the 134 bus east to Centennial College.
– OR take GO Train from Union Station to Scarborough Go Station on the Oshawa Line. Walk 4 mins to St. Clair Ave E and Midland Ave and take the 902 Markham Rd Express to the Centennial College Bus Terminal.
– Make use of the TTC Trip Planner – www.ttc.ca/trip-planner

Need Assistance?

Let us know if we can help you make travel plans to get to the conference venue and recommend your best route.

Contact info: Call 1-866-701-2774 / 416-827-2774 or contact through email info@ontariobybike.ca

The 2023 Cycle Tourism Conference is Made Possible by the Generous Support of the Following Partners and Sponsors:

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