A rendering of the future Davenport Diamond guideway

Residents can get involved as Metrolinx holds live virtual event next month for Davenport Diamond guideway and greenway projects

Metrolinx is making significant progress on the Davenport Diamond guideway project and has now awarded the design contract for the greenway (public realm). Metrolinx knows the community has questions about these projects. Find out how you can get involved below.  Metrolinx is inviting the local community to learn more about the Davenport Diamond Guideway currently in construction and the associated greenway project at an upcoming virtual event.   Davenport Diamond guideway construction is in full swing and will continue into 2023. The guideway, a type of railway bridge, will span approximately from Bloor Street West to north of Davenport Road in west Toronto.   It will replace the … Continue reading Residents can get involved as Metrolinx holds live virtual event next month for Davenport Diamond guideway and greenway projects

Love on the GO: How one Toronto-area couple connected on the bus

Who knew the GO bus would create love connections? Daniel Hsieh and his fiancée Amanda Chew met almost three years ago while taking a bus departing the Richmond Hill Centre Terminal. Today they are back to the place where it all started to take their engagement photos. Is the GO bus creating better matches than Tinder and Hinge? It certainly seems that way these days. … Continue reading Love on the GO: How one Toronto-area couple connected on the bus

Metrolinx Board Meeting – Oct 2017

The Metrolinx Board of Directors held a special public session today as part of their annual strategy meeting. It was a first for our new President and CEO Phil Verster. Phil opened the public session of the meeting by recapping his first month here at Metrolinx, including what he’s learned on his visits to the various work sites and facilities. He has made a point … Continue reading Metrolinx Board Meeting – Oct 2017

Help shape the next Regional Transportation Plan

The Regional Transportation Plan was first published in 2008, and it guides the work that needs to be done over the next 25 years to transform the way we move. Today, there are more than 500 projects underway throughout the region, all designed to create a fast, seamless and reliable travel experience. As we continue to grow, we are asking you to help shape the … Continue reading Help shape the next Regional Transportation Plan