Time warp – See 50 years of GO bus evolution in under a minute

A half century and still rolling. It’s been an historic and ever-changing journey for the GO bus, which recently celebrated 50 years of service. A great deal has changed during that time and we want to take you back in time and look at all the different vehicles that took customers this far. But since … Continue reading Time warp – See 50 years of GO bus evolution in under a minute

Rolling back the clock – The remarkable 50 year evolution of the GO bus

What a ride. GO Transit celebrates 50 years of GO bus service in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. Here’s a look back at the buses and coaches that have hit the roads and highways of Ontario over the decades. Let’s look into that ‘fishbowl bus’ your grandparents may remember. Theses buses, along with a … Continue reading Rolling back the clock – The remarkable 50 year evolution of the GO bus

The 40 year bus ride – GO Transit veteran recalls days of customers smoking on vehicles and having to make emergency repairs next to busy Ontario highways

Chris Johnson knows GO – especially the massive buses that have moved millions of people over the decades. As a bus mechanic for the past four decades, while not sitting in the driver’s seat, he’s had a rare view of the changes transit has undergone over generations. Things used to be bumpier, louder and the … Continue reading The 40 year bus ride – GO Transit veteran recalls days of customers smoking on vehicles and having to make emergency repairs next to busy Ontario highways

GO Transit helps transport 200 Ontario migrant workers today

Provincial transit agency asked to run special service to help transport migrant farm workers that had been self-isolating in Windsor out of an abundance of caution. Later today (July 15), a half a dozen GO buses full of migrant workers are expected to make their way from Windsor-area hotels to farms in Leamington, Ontario. The … Continue reading GO Transit helps transport 200 Ontario migrant workers today

Small world – Scarborough transit enthusiast creates tiny toy train and bus world as homage to the real thing

If you love something, it’s hard to just ignore it. Even when you’re told you have to – for the good of everyone on the planet. While Reiner Guinasao has joined others in staying home, and away from public transit, he’s missed the sounds and travels so much, he’s created an entirely new – and … Continue reading Small world – Scarborough transit enthusiast creates tiny toy train and bus world as homage to the real thing

Walk the future of Toronto rapid transit – Video of the Crosstown light rail transit system’s west end stations

We have an inside look at an important section of the Toronto light rail transit project that might help future passengers get a sense of what’s been accomplished, as well as where it’s headed. Sure, pictures are worth a thousand words. But we have a recently released video of the Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit … Continue reading Walk the future of Toronto rapid transit – Video of the Crosstown light rail transit system’s west end stations

Unsung heroes in the age of COVID-19 – The GO Transit teams supporting our drivers and passengers

Every GO bus driver who pulls his or her vehicle away from a stop these days – making sure front line workers get to where they need to be – counts on a team to keep the big vehicles moving. Here are the unsung heroes who are, together, delivering medical staff, grocery clerks, elderly care … Continue reading Unsung heroes in the age of COVID-19 – The GO Transit teams supporting our drivers and passengers