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What train companies operate the route from Chicago to Toronto?

This route is operated by Amtrak (Lake Shore Limited), Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (41 and 81 lines), and Megabus.

What is the schedule for the train route from Chicago to Toronto?

Departures occur once daily at 9:30 PM, Sunday through Thursday.

What are the departure and arrival train stations for the route from Chicago to Toronto?

Trains depart from Union Station in Chicago, and buses arrive at the Toronto Coach Terminal.

What distance is the train route from Chicago to Toronto?

The overall distance covered by rail is around 750 miles.

How long does it take to travel from Chicago to Toronto by train?

The time of travel is 20 hours 55 minutes.

What are the stops on the train route from Chicago to Toronto?

The stops passed during the journey include South Bend Station, Elkhart Station, Waterloo Station, Bryan Station, Amtrak Toledo Station, Sandusky Station, Elyria Station, Cleveland Station, Erie Station, Buffalo Station, Rochester Station (walk to Joseph and Central bus stop), Joseph and Central (board bus 41/81), Clinton and Inner Loop, Transit Center, Transit Center, East and Scio (walk to 350 East Broad Street and Chester Street), 350 East Broad Street and Chester Street (board Megabus), and North Division and Ellicott Street.

Why should you travel by train from Chicago to Toronto?

The train/bus trip from Chicago to Toronto is useful for passengers who do not own or do not want to rent a vehicle.

What is there to see and do in Toronto?

Popular attractions in Toronto include the CN Tower (it has a very high lookout point with glass floors), the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario, and Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. There are a number of large indoor shopping centers, as well as concert halls, restaurants, and cafes.