More GO Train and Bus Service for GTHA Commuters
Ontario Government Improving Public Transit
Ontario is adding more GO Train and bus trips to make it easier for commuters in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area to take public transit.
Starting Jan. 4, GO Transit will:
- Add three new morning trips on the Lakeshore West line
- Add a new return trip on the Kitchener line to and from Mount Pleasant and extend two existing trips west to serve Georgetown GO Station
- Convert the morning express trip from Unionville on the Stouffville line to a regular trip with all stops to Union Station, increasing service at Milliken, Agincourt and Kennedy GO Stations
- Add a new morning trip from Whitby GO Station, which will stop at Ajax and Pickering before running express to Union.
Many new bus trips will be in service including on the Milton, Kitchener and Stouffville routes. Commuters can also check online GO Transit schedules for more information.
Improving public transit is part of the Ontario government's economic plan to invest in people, build modern infrastructure and support a dynamic and innovative business climate.
- With the 15-minute GO Train Service Guarantee, riders may get a credit if their train arrival is delayed 15 minutes or more.
- Improving GO’s infrastructure supports future two-way, all-day GO Train service across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area.
- Since 2003, Ontario has invested approximately $9.1 billion in GO Transit to improve service and expand routes.
“Our improvements to GO Transit support our commitment to bring two-way, all-day GO train service to commuters in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. Our unprecedented public transit investments are making transit a better choice for commuters, reducing congestion on our roads and contributing to a better quality of life for Ontario families.”
“GO Transit has approximately 65 million boardings a year on our network of trains and busses and the numbers keep growing. More and more customers are choosing GO because it provides a comfortable, safe and reliable experience. The service enhancements for January will help address our increasing ridership demand and provide greater travel options for our customers.”