Track your station – Updated GO Transit ridership map shows continued growth across the network

Short distance trips, increased service options and event partnerships all contributed to reasons why customers are choosing GO transit more frequently. Find out how your own line is doing. You’ve probably noticed many new faces on the GO service in the past few months. An updated ridership map from April to September 2019 shows a … Continue reading Track your station – Updated GO Transit ridership map shows continued growth across the network

Pickering pedestrian bridge wins international award. Take our quiz to find reasons why it gets so much love

As one of Ontario’s most recognizable pedestrian bridges wins an international award, we span your knowledge with a quiz – including if you’re among the thousands to cross it every day. It's crossed over into wider acclaim. The Pickering pedestrian bridge, a pathway that has become iconic in Ontario, has won another nod of approval. Earlier … Continue reading Pickering pedestrian bridge wins international award. Take our quiz to find reasons why it gets so much love

Durham region’s pedestrian bridge spans more than Hwy. 401

Metrolinx-built Pickering GO station crossing continues to attract attention, including a nomination for design award. It’s no small feat to span 14 lanes over Canada’s busiest highway. But when you get to the other side, the reasons and rewards quickly become apparent. Officially opened last September, the pedestrian bridge that spans Hwy. 401 from Pickering … Continue reading Durham region’s pedestrian bridge spans more than Hwy. 401

Signs of our time – Metrolinx pilot looks to guide transit customers better

Learn the science behind wayfinding tools that will get you moving quicker. To help you find your way, Toban Allison first needs your guidance. The lives of our customers are getting more complicated and busier almost every day. There are an endless number of places to be and countless appointments to keep track of. So … Continue reading Signs of our time – Metrolinx pilot looks to guide transit customers better