Bramalea GO customers can expect changes to their commute starting February 13, as construction work on new station building, parking structure and platforms moves onto next phase. Building a new GO station takes a lot of heavy lifting. It’s not just excavators, cranes, and bulldozers - it also takes people power. Bramalea GO station has … Continue reading Building up Bramalea GO – major expansion milestone brings revamped station one step closer to reality
Think you know what the best seat is on the train? Think again. We go behind the scenes to show you the ones with the best view and the coolest gadgets. It’s a simple yet polarizing question: what’s the best seat on the train? We asked our customers that question on social media recently … Continue reading Inside one of our locomotives – Opening doors to the best seats on the GO train
They look wonky, and are hard to step on. But safety panels put down to deter dangerous shortcuts across train lines have gotten positive results. Here’s how they’re shaping up across two major lines. For safety’s sake, watch where you step. Following a recent successful pilot program, Metrolinx will move forward with the installation of … Continue reading Launching pads – Scientific and awkward-to-walk-on solution to people wandering onto train tracks expand across Lakeshore rail corridors
Starting this February, platform work is taking place at Rutherford GO station and half of the existing platform will be closed. That means you might have to board your GO train a bit differently. The disruption to your normal routine is all in the name of adding more train service in the future. One of … Continue reading Fast track to more service – Platform construction at Rutherford GO gets underway
As passengers, we can’t wait to get to our train stop. But, amid occasional platform overshoots and safety reminders to stay off the tracks, few of us know how complicated stopping a train can be. And that each stop starts long before the brakes are ever applied. For passengers, the effort of arriving at a … Continue reading How to stop a GO train in its tracks – the momentum of science and skill behind aligning with a platform perfectly
Erik Petersen is used to helping GO customers with directions but a lost dog is definitely a first. Marley is a six-year-old border collie-shepherd mix who hopped on a GO train all by himself when it pulled into Rouge Hill Station on Saturday afternoon. “The dog was just there with no leash or owner in … Continue reading Dog hops aboard GO train for a ride. Fur’real.
Free service on GO Transit offers families like the Shayans the chance to explore and have fun Any opportunity for the Shayan family to get out, have fun and capture their experience is always one they’ll jump at. Everything from toy shopping to grabbing their favourite ice cream is published online and now they’re on … Continue reading Family Day provides adventures on GO Transit