Metrolinx holding public info session on Barrie GO Line expansion plans

Metrolinx is working to transform the way the region moves by building an integrated transit network across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton region. Over the next 10 years, Metrolinx’s GO Expansion program will transform the existing GO rail system to deliver a whole new rapid transit experience. Here’s how those interested can get all the details. Transit customers and residents along the Barrie GO Line … Continue reading Metrolinx holding public info session on Barrie GO Line expansion plans

GO Train passing along the lakeshore in the sunset

Latest round of GO Expansion public consultation wraps up – Here’s what Metrolinx heard from you

This summer, Metrolinx held the second round of public consultations online from August 18 to September 1, 2020, to get community feedback on the GO Expansion program. During the second round, more than 10,000 users visited the GO Expansion Program webpage and Metrolinx received 65 submissions from the public. This participation and feedback is a crucial part of the process and directly informs Metrolinx’s work. … Continue reading Latest round of GO Expansion public consultation wraps up – Here’s what Metrolinx heard from you

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 Hint: find the … Continue reading Quiz – How much were you paying attention in 2017?

Metrolinx Board Meeting – Sept 2017

The Metrolinx Board of Directors met today to receive a number of reports, including updates on PRESTO, Metrolinx’s capital projects, the next Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and fare integration. Board Chair Rob Prichard addressed his correspondence with Minister Del Duca on the proposed Kirby Road and Lawrence East GO stations, which confirms that Metrolinx will not enter into any obligations or agreements unless and until … Continue reading Metrolinx Board Meeting – Sept 2017

The Metrolinx Community Charter

Whether we’re building a new LRT line or constructing a new overpass for a GO train, or even working with other transportation providers on an integrated fare system, we consider residents and communities every step of the way. https://youtu.be/o8KtucS793kIt’s true – and to back it up, we’re putting it in writing with a Community Charter. The Metrolinx Community Charter will apply to everything we do … Continue reading The Metrolinx Community Charter

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

News Roundup

You’re reading this, so we’re assuming that you have some interest in what we’re doing at Metrolinx. Take it one step further and join the discussion on the Regional Transportation Plan at metrolinxengage.com. You have until November 30 to have your say. Earlier this fall, PwC released a report that listed Toronto as one of the top cities to live and work – following only … Continue reading News Roundup

News Roundup

The Crosstown team outdid themselves in August. Among other milestones, they completed tunneling the 10-km underground portion of the 19-km LRT project. We want to extend our thanks to the tunnel boring machines (Dennis, Lea, Don, and Humber) for their perseverance through some hard situations. Above ground, construction is already underway on several stations. In fact, the site at Mount Dennis required that we temporarily … Continue reading News Roundup