Metrolinx has completed improvements to the Square One GO Bus Terminal that will make it easier for customers to take GO Transit.
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Ontario announced it is moving forward with plans to improve traffic flow on Highway 6 between Freelton and Guelph – The Morriston Bypass
Ontario is providing $475,000 to the City of Orillia and to the Towns of Midland and Collingwood over the next two years to expand cycling infrastructure.
The governments of Canada and Ontario, along with Metrolinx, celebrated the opening of a new GO Transit bus service & storage facility in Hamilton
Ontario to expand Highway 427, which will create jobs and support economic growth and development, North to Major Mackenzie complete with HOT lanes.
Ontario Lowering Fares For Union Pearson Express Riders – Toronto, ON Ontario plans to lower the fares for the Union Pearson Express (UP Express) to attract new riders using the service between Pearson International Airport and Toronto’s downtown core. Subject to approval by the Metrolinx Board of Directors, effective March 9, UP Express passengers using […]
Province’s High-Occupancy Toll Lanes Pilot Project Offers New Option For Quicker Travel 12/07/2015 – Toronto, ON A High-Occupancy Toll, or HOT, lane pilot project will begin on a section of the QEW between Trafalgar Road in Oakville and Guelph Line in Burlington in summer 2016 to help manage congestion and add another option for travellers. The […]
New $15 Million Program Part of Largest Infrastructure Investment in Province’s History Nov. 10, 2015 – Guelph, ON View the webcast below: The province is opening applications for Connecting Links, a new $15 million annual local infrastructure program, on November 19. The new program will help municipalities pay the construction and repair costs for connecting […]