905 also gets new discounted fare in provincial budget plan GO Transit’s base fare will be cut to $3 in the City of Toronto, according to Ontario’s budget, released Wednesday. Customers using PRESTO travelling to and from stations just outside Toronto’s borders will also see the price to get on the GO fall. Travel between … Continue reading GO fares to be cut to $3 in Toronto
From the social equity of transportation systems to the broad deployment of electric buses, the 2018 Rob MacIsaac Fellows are bringing fresh ideas to the drawing board as they try to tackle the GTHA’s most pressing transportation challenges. The Rob MacIsaac Fellowship honours Metrolinx’s first Chair by cultivating innovative student research in transportation. Up to … Continue reading Bright young minds tackle the GTHA’s most pressing transportation challenges
It’s the next move toward bringing the future of transit here today. Those green trains being made available everywhere, all the time, to hop on board and get to where you need to GO. That means more convenience and arriving there quicker. New service starts with finding the right partners to make it happen. In … Continue reading GO Expansion: On Track toward the Future
For the first time in more than three years, GO Transit is welcoming a brand new addition to its fleet of locomotives. While ‘GO 668’ looks similar to other engines in the fleet, featuring the classic green and white colouring, the fresh coat of paint isn’t the only thing “green” about it. It is GO’s … Continue reading GO Transit’s newest fleet member is the first of its kind
Thick, black smoke rising from under the Gardiner Expressway is something most people would avoid at all costs if they were close by. When you’re trained to keep the public safe though, no matter how dangerous the situation may be, you’re heading straight toward it to see what you can do. Such was the case … Continue reading GO Transit officers rescue homeless man from fire
At this morning's Safety Awards, Phil recognized Metrolinx staff who demonstrate safety excellence.
Phil addressed a town hall held for staff of both the Metrolinx Capital Projects Group and Infrastructure Ontario. Phil later gave the keynote address at the Ontario Financial Executives International luncheon. The topic of the luncheon: Connecting our communities in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. Phil had a few things to say about that.
Phil joined staff to celebrate the launch of the Metrolinx Customer and Safety Charters Staff showed their commitment by signing a pledge...
Those super early mornings heading to downtown Toronto or trying to get to airport are never fun, especially if you’re struggling to find a way there. The same goes for the late-night trip home after a long day. Well, things are GOing to be getting a little easier. Starting in April, transit customers will be … Continue reading 66 new train trips coming for GO and UP customers
There’s something about trains that make a child’s eyes light up whenever there’s a chance to play with one. Whether it’s a small toy, cardboard cut-out or full size light rail vehicle (LRV), it transforms into an imaginary world. Kids had the chance to take that ride of their dreams at events in Toronto, Hamilton … Continue reading LRT Fun during March Break!