Taxi and Limousine Services
Airport car services are available curbside in the arrivals area for all arriving flights. A one-way trip to Halifax city centre is $63.00 by taxi or limousine.
Car rentals are conveniently located in the lower level of the airport parkade. A list of agencies is on the airport website. Follow the signs in the arrivals area.
Metro Transit operates its MetroX service from downtown to Halifax Stanfield International Airport. The #320 bus operates every 30 minutes during peak morning (6 am to 9 am) and afternoon (3 pm to 6 pm) times. The regular schedule departs every 60 minutes. Cash fares for the airport route are $3.50 for adults/students and $2.75 for children/seniors; passengers who use transit tickets (available at the ground transportation booth in the arrivals area) will need to pay a $1 premium in addition to their ticket at time of boarding. Exact fare is required. Change is available at the security office on the ground level.
Maritime Bus provides shuttle bus service between Halifax Stanfield International Airport and select hotels in the Halifax area; the Delta Dartmouth is not on their route, but this may be a viable option for conference guests staying elsewhere in the city. For more information, call 1.800.575.1807.
From The Halifax International Airport to the hotel:
Follow signs for Highway 102 South (to Halifax/Dartmouth).
Continue to Highway #118 ( Dartmouth/Halifax via bridges).
Take Exit 13W (Burnside Industrial Park/Akerley Blvd).
Turn left at second set of lights onto Burnside Drive.
Turn left at second set of lights onto Commodore Drive.
Turn right at the first street - Brownlow Ave - and continue to the hotel at the end of Brownlow Ave.
The bus that runs closest to the conference venue is route #66 Penhorn on Brownlow Avenue. This route has daytime service every 30 minutes on weekdays, and runs hourly during evenings and weekends.
Cash fares are $2.50 on regular bus routes and the harbour ferry ($3.50 on the MetroX airport route). Transfers are valid up to 90 minutes after the last stop on the route.
All routes are available in the Google Maps trip planner, Apple Maps, and most other navigation applications.
More information is available on the transit pages of the city website.
Halifax taxis operate on a zone system; drivers are licensed for one of three zones, and can only carry passengers to, from, or within their zone. You may be able to download a phone app that you can use to summon a taxi from the larger cab companies (each company has their own, linked to on their website).