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GO Transit increases walking and cycling access to GO Stations

Improving transit is about more than just upgrading vehicles, timetables and routes. It’s also about making it easier to get to and from stations, beyond using a car. As the province moves closer to the other side of COVID-19 pandemic measures, and more riders return, GO Transit is working on making it easier to walk and bike to five key stations. And those spots are … Continue reading GO Transit increases walking and cycling access to GO Stations

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Delivered – Purolator partnership expands to more GO Transit stations

A trial project that had a Purolator drop-off at a single GO station, has now been expanded to six locations. Here’s how transit passengers, and local residents, can use the service. (Readers – Please see an update at the end of this story) A generation ago, Jim Croce sang about saving time in a bottle. If you could do that for 2020, the days and … Continue reading Delivered – Purolator partnership expands to more GO Transit stations

Quiz – How much were you paying attention in 2017?

We don’t know about you, but we sure had a busy 2017. How did you do on last year’s quiz? You’ve had a whole year to train and build your knowledge. Connect with your inner transit nerd, track your results and have fun. 17 questions on 2017 Hint: find the answer online   Hint: find the answer online   Hint: find the answer online   … Continue reading Quiz – How much were you paying attention in 2017?