Urban Environmental Pollution 2014

Venue

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The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
123 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2M9
Canada
Phone: (416) 361-1000
Fax: (416) 947-4854

Located in the centre of the business and entertainment districts, the fully wireless CAA/AAA Four Diamond Sheraton Centre Toronto is connected to PATH, a 16-mile underground network of shops and services.


Driving Directions to the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

From the West (London, Sarnia, Toronto International Airport)
Follow Hwy. 401 East to Hwy. 427 South. Take Hwy. 427 South and follow signs for Hwy. QEW (Queen Elizabeth Way). The QEW turns into the Gardiner Expressway. Once on the Gardiner Expressway watch for York St. exit. Take York St. exit ramp (stay on the left hand side of the ramp) and follow York St. until it ends at Queen St. Turn right on to Queen and you will see our Motor Court entrance immediately on the right hand side.

From the North (North Bay, Barrie)
Follow Hwy 400 South to Hwy. 401 West. Follow Hwy. 401 West to Hwy. 427 South. Take Hwy. 427 South and follow signs for Hwy. QEW (Queen Elizabeth Way). The QEW turns into the Gardiner Expressway. Once on the Gardiner Expressway watch for York St. exit. Take York St. exit ramp and follow York St. until it ends at Queen St. Turn right on to Queen and you will see our Motor Court entrance immediately on the right hand side.

From the Niagara Region
Follow Hwy. QEW (Queen Elizabeth Way) into Metro. The QEW turns into the Gardiner Expressway. Once on the Gardiner Expressway watch for York St. exit. Take York St. exit ramp (stay on left hand side of the ramp) and follow York St. until it ends at Queen St. Turn right on to Queen and you will see our Motor Court entrance immediately on the right hand side.

From the East (Montreal, Ottawa)
Follow Hwy. 401 West to the Don Valley Parkway (DVP). Take the Don Valley Parkway South all the way to Richmond St. exit. Take Richmond St. (along past Sherbourne, Jarvis, Church, Yonge & Bay streets). Get into the right lane after Bay St. the Hotel is at the next intersection (corner of Richmond St. & York St.), however the Motor Court entrance is on your right-hand side just before this intersection.

Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel Parking
When visiting the Sheraton with a car, there are several parking options available to all guests.

  • Availability is limited to 215 spots and are distributed first come, first served. We extend up to 30 minutes complimentary parking in our Motor Court for the unloading of luggage at time of arrival. There are various City and privately owned parking lots in the neighbourhood of the hotel. Rates vary from $5.00 to $20.00 per hour, with daily maximums of $48.00. Full details of charges and lots is available at www.greenp.com
  • Sheraton Centre Valet parking - Covered valet is available for $48 CAD per day with full in and out privileges. Availability is limited to 215 spots and are distributed first come, first served. The Sheraton extend up to 30 minutes complimentary parking in their Motor Court for the unloading of luggage at time of arrival.
  • Local Downtown Toronto Pay Parking Lots - There are various City and privately owned parking lots in the neighbourhood of the hotel. Rates vary from $5.00 to $20.00 per hour, with daily maximums of $48.00. Full details of charges and lots is available at www.greenp.com

Airport Shuttle
TranTransportation from Pearson International Airport runs every 30 minutes from 05:20 – 00:50. Service from the Sheraton Centre Hotel to the Airport runs every 30 minutes between 04:40 -23:10. Tickets can be purchased from the hotel's tour desk or with the driver. Pickup is located on the Richmond Street side of the hotel's parking facility. For more information or to book your shuttle service, click here.

 

 

Organised by

Elsevier

Supporting Journal

Supporting Journal:Environmental Pollution
Selected papers will be published in a special issue of Environmental Pollution
An Author Workshop on how to prepare your manuscript for acceptance by a peer-reviewed journal will be held during UEP2014 and hosted by the Editor-in-Chief and the Publisher of Environmental Pollution.
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