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1st International Touchscreen Symposium:

New frontiers in cognitive testing using touchscreen technology

June 5 – 6

Western University

Accommodation & Travel

Hotel Information

 

Thank you for your interest in the touchscreen training session and/or symposium! Please note that you are required to book your accommodation. The following hotels are recommended based on their proximity to Western. Please note that a limited number of rooms are available at each location – book your room early!

 

On-Campus Accommodations:

 

Ontario Hall LEED® Silver Certified

230 Sarnia Road, London, ON N6G 0N2

Virtual Tour of Ontario Hall

 

Off-Campus Accommodations:

 

Ivey Spencer Leadership Centre

551 Windermere Road, London, ON N5X 2T1

https://www.iveyspencerleadershipcentre.com/rooms

 

Windermere Manor

200 Collip Circle, London, ON N6G 4X8

https://windermeremanor.com/accommodations/

 

Station Park Hotel

242 Pall Mall Street, London, ON N6A 5P6

https://www.parkhotelsuites.com/

 

A variety of other hotels are available throughout London. Please reserve your hotel room early.

 

Traveling to London, Ontario, Canada

 

London, Ontario is approximately two hours from Toronto. Whether you’re traveling by air, train or car, there are a variety of ways to get to Western University Canada.

 

Options to get to London:

 

1.  Flying into London (YXU):

From the London Airport you can take a taxi to the university area. The cost of the taxi ranges from approximately $25-$35 plus tip.

 

London Taxi Companies
Yourtaxi.London 519-432-2222
Checker Limousine 519-659-0400
U-Need-A-Cab Ltd. 519-438-2121
Yellow London Taxi 519-647-1111

2.  Taking a Bus from Downtown Toronto:

If you are coming from downtown Toronto (NOT the Pearson International Airport), you can take a Greyhound Express bus to Western University or a regular Greyhound bus to downtown London. Greyhound buses also depart from many other cities in Canada and the United States. Reservations are recommended.

 

Greyhound Bus Lines

610 Bay Street, Toronto, ON (near Dundas Subway Station)

101 York Street, London, ON

Telephone: 1-800-661-8747

 

For buses that go to the Western campus: www.greyhound.ca/Express

For buses that go to the downtown London terminal: www.greyhound.ca

3.  Taking a Train to London from Downtown Toronto:

If you are coming from downtown Toronto (NOT the Pearson International Airport) or another Canadian city, you can also take a VIA Rail train. You can purchase tickets at any VIA Rail station, online, by phone and through some travel agents. Reservations are recommended.

 

VIA Rail Canada

205 York St., London, ON

65 Front St. W., Toronto, ON

Telephone: 1-800-842-7245 (free from Canada)

4.  Driving to Western University:

 

From Highway 401 (Downtown Route)

  • Follow Highway 401 to Wellington Road/Exeter Road Exit (#186).
  • Take the Wellington Road branch and head north passing through downtown to Pall Mall Street.
  • Turn west (left) onto Pall Mall and proceed one block to Richmond Street.
  • Turn north (right) onto Richmond Street.
  • Turn left onto University Drive at the University Gates (bridge currently closed, opening March 2019).

 

From Highway 401 (Peripheral Route)

  • Follow Highway 401 and exit on Highbury Avenue (Exit #189) north to Oxford Street.
  • Turn west (left) on Oxford Street and proceed to Richmond Street.
  • Turn north (right) onto Richmond Street.
  • Turn left onto University Drive at the University Gates (bridge currently closed, opening March 2019).

 

Western University Parking Map

 

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