Newfoundland and Labrador - a rare find

Transportation

Most newcomers to Newfoundland and Labrador will arrive via St. John’s International Airport.

If you’re already in Canada, there are options to arrive via other regional airports, or by car or ferry. For more information, please see newfoundlandlabrador.com.

 

Once in the province, you have a number of options to get around:

  • Walking and biking: Practical if you live near your workplace or school, although both can be challenging during the winter months.
  • Public Transportation: St. John’s and surrounding areas are served by Metrobus, while Corner Brook and surrounding areas are served by Corner Brook Transit.
  • Taxi: Often used for grocery shopping, or an evening out.
  • Private Car: Many people choose pre-owned or new cars as their primary transportation method if their budget allows.