An important City of Toronto bridge installation - that’s been years in the making - is getting off the ground over an important rail corridor. Here’s what you need to know about spans that will be assembled in mid-air – as well as why GO buses will be on duty to transport UP Express passengers during … Continue reading Huge spans to be installed by City of Toronto for new King-Liberty Pedestrian Cycle Bridge – Temporary impact felt on UP Express schedule this Sunday.
A group of daycare aged children ride the shuttle link to Toronto International Airport and learn some important lessons about rail safety along the way. We all have that one memory. That moment that transports us back to childhood. For some people, it’s the taste of a Creamsicle from an ice cream truck stopping out … Continue reading (Photo feature) Small Candy Factory riders on a big journey to explore the world – using UP Express
Every ride on the airport shuttle features a diverse roster of colourful customers – along with a cockapoo who steals some hearts. There is no such thing as an ordinary trip on UP Express – the four-year-old rail shuttle that connects Toronto’s Pearson International Airport and downtown’s Union Station. Each new ride brings out an … Continue reading Day in the life of Toronto’s UP Express finds changing cast of characters
Whether it’s getting lost in music or finding a moment of peace with eyes wide shut, filling in the minutes spent on a GO Transit or UP Express journey creates a remarkably personal journey. This is about time. Your moments with us, and what you fill them with as we get you from here to … Continue reading Train rides with Drake – How do you fill your GO Transit time?
Few things tend to dominate the heartbeat of Toronto. As a major metropolitan centre, the city is used to major events. But the Raptors have pulled people together in a rare unified cause. One that’s apparently bigger than a single city. We asked UP Express and GO Transit riders – all dressed in their Raptor’s team colours … Continue reading Raptors win hearts and minds of a city – and country
No time off for the young Toronto Pearson rail shuttle, as it continues to carve out an iconic place in quick and convenient travels between Canada’s largest airport and the downtown core. But there is a bit of a party going on for riders. Talk about an old transit soul in a young bloodline. Today … Continue reading UP Express reaches four year milestone – while customers deserve the praise
We know what drives you. While using our GO and UP Express vehicles, you’re studying on the way to class, checking theatre tickets to make sure you won’t be late, destressing before work unfolds for another day and double-checking the zipper on your carry-on before arriving at Toronto Pearson International for the trip you’ve been … Continue reading The unsung heroes of your daily ride
Images capture the story of Greater Golden Horseshoe in motion. Before the break of dawn, on a Kitchener line GO train headed eastbound toward Union Station, Ayush Bharbwaj quietly sat and stared down at his phone. A student, he was headed to an appointment at a downtown hospital – his image, in prayer-like deep thought, … Continue reading Metrolinx world in black and white photography chronicling public transit
Ridership increased to 52.5 million in November – Find where you and your neighbours fit. More customers than ever before are bee-lining it to Barrie via GO Transit, or stops along its line, according to the latest ridership numbers released this week by Metrolinx. The transit agency saw ridership on GO Transit and the UP … Continue reading Detailed ridership map released for GO and UP Express stations
Have a question for Metrolinx? Now’s your time to ask. President and CEO Phil Verster, along with members of the Senior Management Team, will take part in an Ask Metrolinx Town Hall Wednesday, November 28. This is an opportunity to ask leadership about Metrolinx services, regional transportation planning, or anything top of mind. The public … Continue reading Ask Metrolinx Town Hall November 28