A bridge so near – Planned Burlington pedestrian crossing will span GO tracks as well as decades of use.

A pedestrian bridge that has stood the test of time is set to be replaced by a new, fully accessible structure that will improve connectivity over the rail corridor and provide room underneath for future electrified GO service. Some pedestrian arteries lead straight into a community’s heart. Maybe it’s a familiar path to a school … Continue reading A bridge so near – Planned Burlington pedestrian crossing will span GO tracks as well as decades of use.

How to navigate Toronto-area traffic like a GO pro

Veteran operator shares road wisdom that has helped him stay in control for three decades on the road.  When you’ve threaded the needle of Canada’s busiest highways from high up a GO bus driver’s seat for three decades, you learn something about untangling gridlock. When Derrick Sealy began driving for GO Transit back in 1989, … Continue reading How to navigate Toronto-area traffic like a GO pro

More GO train service for Markham, Brampton, Etobicoke

Metrolinx is increasing GO train service on the Kitchener and Stouffville lines on April 8 to give customers more opportunities to get where they need to be. New weekday morning trip options between Bramalea GO and Union Station will give customers new choices at popular morning commuting times while midday weekday GO train service along … Continue reading More GO train service for Markham, Brampton, Etobicoke

New bus terminal for Toronto – and GO customers – rises to new heights

The new, state of the art Union Station Bus Terminal is set to bring an improved customer experience, safety and connections to Union Station and the surrounding area. For a city used to seeing iconic Canadian buildings as its skyline, this one is starting to stand out. Where was once a busy parking lot across … Continue reading New bus terminal for Toronto – and GO customers – rises to new heights

Metrolinx stands out with one of the Canadian International AutoShow’s biggest hits

Parked alongside some of the world’s most attractive vehicles, the GO bus has proven to be an unusual showstopper, with lineups eager to sit behind the wheel. Surrounded by more than 1,000 other vehicles now displayed at the Canadian International AutoShow – from a rare 1937 Cadillac to a futuristic Devel Sixteen hyper-car prototype – … Continue reading Metrolinx stands out with one of the Canadian International AutoShow’s biggest hits