Located at the corner of Wellington Street West and Simcoe Street (just one block west of University Avenue), RBC Centre is highly accessible by car. From the Gardiner Expressway, take either the York, Bay or Yonge Street exits north toWellington Street and turn left (west) to Simcoe Street. For those traveling south along University Avenue, Bay Street or Yonge Street, turn right (west) on King or Wellington Streets West and travel to Simcoe Street.
The Lobby Entrance is at 155 Wellington Street West at Simcoe, with the parking access directly off Simcoe Street.
Features: The RBC Centre underground parking facility is managed by Impark. It is fully automated accepting payment by credit card or cash. It is open 24/7 and equipped with designated accessible parking spaces and Security Alert Stations throughout for assistance in case of an emergency.
Located just one city block west of Union Station, Toronto’s main transportation hub, RBC Centre provides tenants and visitors convenient access to both subway and GO Bus Transit to all points within the Greater Toronto Area and beyond.
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Located on the P2 level of the Simcoe Place parking garage. Auto Groom is open on Monday to Friday from 8am. Please call 416-622-1943 for more information.
Zipcar has 4 vehicles located on the P1 level of the Simcoe Place parking garage just south of the elevator bank. Please call 1 - 866 - 4ZIPCAR for more information on becoming a Zipcar member.
Toronto's PATH network connects Toronto's downtown district with over 11 kilometeres of underground city. This pedestrian walkway is populated with many of Toronto's finest shops and restaurants and provides a convenient connection to Air Canada Centre, the Metro Convention Centre and the city's TTC and GO Transit networks.
If you would like to ride your bike we have 2 sets of bike racks. One is located on the east side of RBC Centre/Simcoe Place on Simcoe Street, and the second rack is located on Front Street just west of Simcoe Place.