Oh no, it’s transit math – Solving the mystery of how Toronto’s Union Station platform numbers work

Wondering where Union Station’s Platform 1 and 2 are? And…wait a minute…why there’s no Platform 22 or 23? Passengers have long wondered why the numbers on the train platforms are, well, so unusual. There's reasoning, history and even math behind the numerals, and we’ll show you how it all adds up. Now boarding at Toronto’s … Continue reading Oh no, it’s transit math – Solving the mystery of how Toronto’s Union Station platform numbers work

Hurontario light rail transit project’s Cooksville section sees huge delivery of rail

You can’t create a light rail transit project without a whole lot of rail. Here’s what the delivery of 9,000 metres of rail line is adding up to for the Hurontario LRT project. The team behind the Hurontario (HuLRT) light rail transit project is going to great lengths lately to get the system on track. … Continue reading Hurontario light rail transit project’s Cooksville section sees huge delivery of rail

Heritage platform at Toronto’s Union Station reopens following restoration work

Work continues at Union Station to transform the iconic transit hub for the future of GO transit service. On top of the new GO bus terminal and Bay Concourse, important platform work is on its way. Get the info on platform 3 construction and more plans for platform work at Union Station. One of the … Continue reading Heritage platform at Toronto’s Union Station reopens following restoration work

Have you missed these transit advances? Bramalea GO Station sees huge leaps for Kitchener Line passengers

Bramalea GO Station is one of the busiest on the Kitchener Line. It’s also a good example of some of the improvements happening as part of the GO Expansion project. While many regular travellers may have been away from the Bramalea facility as the province continues to fight against COVID-19, we thought we’d offer up … Continue reading Have you missed these transit advances? Bramalea GO Station sees huge leaps for Kitchener Line passengers

What is SmartTrack and how will it improve GO service in Toronto neighbourhoods?

SmartTrack will change the way Torontonians use GO Transit. Five new stations will be built along existing GO tracks in ‘the Six’. The new SmartTrack GO stations will give residents an opportunity to join commuters on faster rides within the city. This is an example of how adding new transit options will build a network … Continue reading What is SmartTrack and how will it improve GO service in Toronto neighbourhoods?

Metrolinx virtual open house will give update on Davenport Diamond Greenway

Design on the Greenway is well underway and Metrolinx will share the updates in an upcoming virtual open house. Residents can participate by reviewing and commenting on project materials during a two-week period as of November 29 and by attending a live session with the project team on December 13. Here’s how you can get … Continue reading Metrolinx virtual open house will give update on Davenport Diamond Greenway

See video as first Crosstown light rail vehicles travel from Laird Station back to their storage facility

Light rail vehicles were recently moving across the Toronto transit route. In a moment that is a glimpse of transit to come, the vehicles were being moved for maintenance – and we have the video and images. The Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit (LRT) route saw an impressive journey recently. Six light rail transit vehicles … Continue reading See video as first Crosstown light rail vehicles travel from Laird Station back to their storage facility

Davenport Diamond Guideway project reaches major milestone in new time lapse video

Crews on the Davenport Diamond Guideway project recently installed the first set of steel girders on the project.  These girders play a key role as they form the bridge that will allow Barrie GO trains to travel above the CP Rail tracks. A new time lapse video takes you behind the scenes for the impressive … Continue reading Davenport Diamond Guideway project reaches major milestone in new time lapse video

Local manufacturer to help hold back the weight of the earth along the Scarborough Subway Extension

As construction for the new Scarborough Subway Extension continues at the tunnel launch site, teams are already partnering up with a local manufacturer to build the giant concrete rings that will line the tunnel and help keep the earth below Canada’s biggest city at bay. Sophisticated engineering is everywhere you look in a subway project, … Continue reading Local manufacturer to help hold back the weight of the earth along the Scarborough Subway Extension