As GO Transit and UP Express customers plan future return after being away during pandemic – How one woman’s trip into Toronto may give assurance to others who haven’t been on a bus or train in many months

It started with a letter in the post, rather than in an in-box. Retired nurse, Barbara Cochrane, wanted to recount her recent first journey using GO Transit. We thought it could encourage not only the transit staff who helped her along that winter day, but also give assurance to customers who are making plans to … Continue reading As GO Transit and UP Express customers plan future return after being away during pandemic – How one woman’s trip into Toronto may give assurance to others who haven’t been on a bus or train in many months

Transit advances for Peel Region – Initial business cases released for Queen Street-Hwy 7 and Dundas BRT

Two business cases show Queen Street-Hwy 7 and Dundas Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) projects would provide more reliable and seamless bus service to residents in Peel Region and beyond. The end of the year is seeing continued future transit advances for travellers in Peel Region. Two important initial business cases have recently been released - … Continue reading Transit advances for Peel Region – Initial business cases released for Queen Street-Hwy 7 and Dundas BRT

Bit by bit and piece by piece – Bramalea GO station progressing towards completion

For the past 28 months, crews have been hard at work to bring major improvements to Bramalea GO station. And as the year draws to a close amid the pandemic, many customers may be missing how far their station has come. Here’s what you need to know. Essential travellers using the Bramalea GO station have … Continue reading Bit by bit and piece by piece – Bramalea GO station progressing towards completion

Hurontario LRT progress – Why widening a bridge across a major Toronto-area highway must start with a strong foundation

Work continues on the Hurontario light rail transit (LRT) project that will bring 18-kilometres of new rapid transit to Mississauga and Brampton. When it’s done, the project will head north up Hurontario towards Brampton, passing over the busy Highway 407 in the process. In order to make it all work, construction crews need to make … Continue reading Hurontario LRT progress – Why widening a bridge across a major Toronto-area highway must start with a strong foundation

From the ground up – A look at how the Hurontario LRT project is able to reduce all the waste they would normally face

With any large construction effort – think of renovating just your bathroom – there’s stuff that is cast aside. All that expected debris and waste that can accumulate. But when you’re building something as large as the Hurontario LRT route, are there ways to cut down on the waste? The answer is ‘yes’, including software … Continue reading From the ground up – A look at how the Hurontario LRT project is able to reduce all the waste they would normally face

Hurontario light rail transit project video released – Gives flyover glimpse of the line

Metrolinx has created a video primer on what the Hurontario LRT route will offer Brampton and Mississauga, as well as the timelines crews are working under. And did we mention renderings? To understand the way people will move in the future, it’s always good to see things in motion. Metrolinx has created a video overview … Continue reading Hurontario light rail transit project video released – Gives flyover glimpse of the line

Removing barriers – Hurontario light rail transit project sees heavy-lifting roadwork this week

In time for hotter weather, the Hurontario light rail transit (LRT) project is shedding a few pounds. Median removals and minor construction activities for the Hurontario Light Rail Transit Project (HuLRT) are well underway for the LRT route, more commonly called the HuLRT. The median is the strip of land between opposing traffic lanes. In … Continue reading Removing barriers – Hurontario light rail transit project sees heavy-lifting roadwork this week

GO Transit ridership map updated – Find out how your station or lines are doing

The latest stats are in and show record-breaking ridership numbers for GO Transit. A steady growth in off-peak ridership means more customers are opting to take trains outside of their daily commutes. As Valentine’s approaches, GO Transit is feeling the love. The latest ridership map and report, which will be presented at the Feb. 20 … Continue reading GO Transit ridership map updated – Find out how your station or lines are doing

Building up Bramalea GO – major expansion milestone brings revamped station one step closer to reality

Bramalea GO customers can expect changes to their commute starting February 13, as construction work on new station building, parking structure and platforms moves onto next phase. Building a new GO station takes a lot of heavy lifting. It’s not just excavators, cranes, and bulldozers - it also takes people power. Bramalea GO station has … Continue reading Building up Bramalea GO – major expansion milestone brings revamped station one step closer to reality