February 20, 2015 – Ministry of Transportation Ontario is making it easier for families in Maple to ride GO Transit by adding more parking at the Maple GO Train station. Approximately 60 new parking spaces will be added to the area south of Maple’s GO station building. The new spots will be available for use […]
Announcements by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation
Ontario is introducing bilingual, full-colour electronic highway signs that include images to help keep drivers safe and manage traffic conditions. The use of colour, along with internationally-recognized images and symbols, with less text on the new signs allows drivers to easily see important road safety information and react to traffic conditions or choose alternate routes. […]
Toronto, January 16, 2015 – Metrolinx’s GO Transit division is pairing up with the TTC on a one-year pilot project that will give commuters more choices and make it easier and faster to get around downtown Toronto. TTC Metropass holders will be able to purchase a $60 sticker at GO Transit’s Exhibition, Union and Danforth stations […]
Hon. Steven Del Duca – Minister of Transportation Starting Jan. 5, 2015, GO Transit is adding one train in the morning and afternoon peak periods that will stop at all stations along the line. The new morning trip will leave Milton at 8:30 a.m. and arrive at Union Station at 9:30 a.m. The new evening […]
Ontario is taking the next step to build a high-speed rail line that will connect Windsor, London, Kitchener-Waterloo, and Toronto, which will improve travel options, reduce travel time and create jobs by getting people moving.
Ontario’s transit agency, Metrolinx, has started building a new GO station in York Region to make it easier for commuters to take public transit, reduce congestion, and create jobs by getting people moving. Construction of a new GO Station in Gormley is underway, extending the Richmond Hill line north to Stouffville Road and Leslie Street. […]