More GO Parking for Commuters in Maple
Ontario Government Committed to Public Transit
Ontario is making it easier for families in Maple to ride GO Transit by adding more parking at the Maple GO Train station.
Approximately 60 new parking spaces will be added to the area south of Maple's GO station building. The new spots will be available for use in spring 2015.
Building public transit and creating jobs is part of the government's economic plan for Ontario. The four part plan is building Ontario up by investing in people's talents and skills, building new public infrastructure like roads and transit, creating a dynamic, supportive environment where business thrives, and building a secure savings plan so everyone can afford to retire.
- Over the past year, GO Trains have arrived on schedule 93 per cent of the time.
- Since 2003, the Ontario government has extended GO’s rail network by nearly 90 kilometres, opened 10 new GO stations, rebuilt two existing stations and added more than 31,000 parking spots across the system.
- GO Transit carries approximately 66 million passengers per year.
“Ontarians lead busy lives — getting to work or school, to appointments and to other commitments should be stress-free. By adding 60 new parking spots, we are making it easier for GO customers in Maple to access the GO network and get to where they need to go. This is further proof of our government’s commitment to making the daily commute and quality of life better for Ontario families.”
Steven Del Duca
“We’re adding parking spots at the Maple GO station to make it easier for our customers to take public transit. Improving customer convenience is one of our top priorities as we expand and improve our transit network across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.”
“These additional parking spots are a welcome addition to the Maple GO station and to the many Vaughan residents who use GO Transit every day. As a growing community, we know the importance of improving access to transit options, and we will continue to work with our provincial partners to ensure our transportation system grows to meet the needs of our city.”