Oshawa offers convenient connections to an advanced transportation network connecting your business to regional, national and international markets.
It's all here: a deep water shipping port to the St. Lawrence Seaway, an extensive railway network that moves commuters as well as freight, Highway 401, Highway 407 as well as the Oshawa Executive Airport.
No matter how you need to move, you will find it in Oshawa.
|The Oshawa Executive Airport is an executive level regional airport that can accommodate a variety of aircraft ranging from small recreational aircraft to 20 passenger business jets to 70 passenger turbo prop commuter aircraft.|
Canadian National Railway Company (C.N.) and Canadian Pacific Railway (C.P.) rail corridors cross south Oshawa providing freight service and switching facilities on Canada's mainline corridors from eastern Canada to southwestern Ontario, western Canada and the American mid-west. A C.P. rail corridor connecting Toronto and Peterborough crosses north Oshawa.
|Oshawa's convenient and well-maintained transportation network provides quick access to the six-lane Highway 401 connecting to Toronto, Montreal, Windsor and the United States. In addition, a four-lane regional highway provides a local east to west transportation link and the Highway 407 runs through the northern area of the City, delivering further east/west access points.|
The Port of Oshawa provides access to the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway System for inter-lake and overseas commercial shipping and is the only seaway-depth harbour on Lake Ontario between Toronto and Montreal. The Port is an inter-modal facility with a CN rail spur.
|Oshawa and area residents enjoy an efficient and well-connected passenger transportation network that provides service within the City, throughout the Greater Toronto Area and across the Country.