Go Transit

Toronto, ON M5J 2W3

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20 Bay Street, Suite 600
Toronto, ON M5J 2W3
Canada
http://www.gotransit.com/
416.869.3600
416.869.3525

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A division of Metrolinx, GO Transit is the regional public transit service for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.

Products and Press Releases

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Fare Collection

Durham Region Transit, York Region Transit, Burlington Transit and Hamilton Street Railway offering credit card option for fare payment

Jan. 24, 2023
The transit systems join GO Transit, UP Express, Brampton Transit, Mississauga’s MiWay and Oakville Transit, which already accepts credit payment.
Bombardier
Bombardier Transportation announced that Metrolinx, the Province of Ontario's regional transportation agency for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), has exercised options for the purchase of an additional 125 next-generation Bombardier BiLevel commuter rail cars for service with GO Transit in Toronto.
Bombardier Transportation announced that Metrolinx, the Province of Ontario's regional transportation agency for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), has exercised options for the purchase of an additional 125 next-generation Bombardier BiLevel commuter rail cars for service with GO Transit in Toronto.
Bombardier Transportation announced that Metrolinx, the Province of Ontario's regional transportation agency for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), has exercised options for the purchase of an additional 125 next-generation Bombardier BiLevel commuter rail cars for service with GO Transit in Toronto.
Bombardier Transportation announced that Metrolinx, the Province of Ontario's regional transportation agency for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), has exercised options for the purchase of an additional 125 next-generation Bombardier BiLevel commuter rail cars for service with GO Transit in Toronto.
Bombardier Transportation announced that Metrolinx, the Province of Ontario's regional transportation agency for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), has exercised options for the purchase of an additional 125 next-generation Bombardier BiLevel commuter rail cars for service with GO Transit in Toronto.
Rail

Bombardier Awarded Contract for the Supply of 125 BiLevel Cars to Metrolinx

Bombardier Transportation announced recently that Metrolinx, the Province of Ontario's regional transportation agency for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), had exercised...
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ON: Go Transit Announces New President

Oct. 24, 2013
Metrolinx announced the appointment of Greg Percy to the role of president, GO Transit, following an extensive international search process.

Articles & News

TTC
Fare Collection

Government of Ontario to launch One Fare program Feb. 26

Feb. 7, 2024
The program will eliminate double fares for customers transferring between participating transit agencies in the Greater Toronto Area, saving riders an estimated C$1,600 per year...
Government of Ontario
Ontario Premier Doug Ford speaks at an event marking the completion of improvements to Bramalea GO Station.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford speaks at an event marking the completion of improvements to Bramalea GO Station.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford speaks at an event marking the completion of improvements to Bramalea GO Station.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford speaks at an event marking the completion of improvements to Bramalea GO Station.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford speaks at an event marking the completion of improvements to Bramalea GO Station.
Facilities

Improvements complete at Bramalea GO Station

May 12, 2023
The station, one of the busiest on the Kitchener Line, saw improvements made to its platforms, security, wayfinding and regional transit connection options.
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Go Tarc Prt Bus
Go Tarc Prt Bus
Go Tarc Prt Bus
Go Tarc Prt Bus
Go Tarc Prt Bus
Management

ATU reaches series of agreements with Pittsburgh Regional Transit, TARC and GO Transit

Nov. 21, 2022
The agreements end strike action at GO Transit and avoid strike action at TARC.
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Minister Mulroney speaks during a virtual press conference June 16 announcing the June 28 opening of the Bloomington GO Transit Station, which can be seen in the background.
Minister Mulroney speaks during a virtual press conference June 16 announcing the June 28 opening of the Bloomington GO Transit Station, which can be seen in the background.
Minister Mulroney speaks during a virtual press conference June 16 announcing the June 28 opening of the Bloomington GO Transit Station, which can be seen in the background.
Minister Mulroney speaks during a virtual press conference June 16 announcing the June 28 opening of the Bloomington GO Transit Station, which can be seen in the background.
Minister Mulroney speaks during a virtual press conference June 16 announcing the June 28 opening of the Bloomington GO Transit Station, which can be seen in the background.
Facilities

Bloomington GO Transit Station to open June 28

June 17, 2021
The station’s opening will extend the GO Transit Richmond Hill’s line by five kilometers connecting more York Region riders with access to downtown Toronto.
Metrolinx
The homepage of the Wi-Fi Plus portal.
The homepage of the Wi-Fi Plus portal.
The homepage of the Wi-Fi Plus portal.
The homepage of the Wi-Fi Plus portal.
The homepage of the Wi-Fi Plus portal.
Technology

GO Wi-Fi Plus brings more than free connectivity to GO passengers

Sept. 30, 2020
All buses and more than half of GO’s trains are providing added connectivity to passengers in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.
RTD
DOT also is providing $1 billion in FTA Capital Investment (New Starts) grant funding and a TIFIA loan of up to $280 million for the Eagle commuter rail project, which includes construction of two new rail lines that will serve Denver Union Station and are expected to open in 2016.
DOT also is providing $1 billion in FTA Capital Investment (New Starts) grant funding and a TIFIA loan of up to $280 million for the Eagle commuter rail project, which includes construction of two new rail lines that will serve Denver Union Station and are expected to open in 2016.
DOT also is providing $1 billion in FTA Capital Investment (New Starts) grant funding and a TIFIA loan of up to $280 million for the Eagle commuter rail project, which includes construction of two new rail lines that will serve Denver Union Station and are expected to open in 2016.
DOT also is providing $1 billion in FTA Capital Investment (New Starts) grant funding and a TIFIA loan of up to $280 million for the Eagle commuter rail project, which includes construction of two new rail lines that will serve Denver Union Station and are expected to open in 2016.
DOT also is providing $1 billion in FTA Capital Investment (New Starts) grant funding and a TIFIA loan of up to $280 million for the Eagle commuter rail project, which includes construction of two new rail lines that will serve Denver Union Station and are expected to open in 2016.
Rail

Industry News - June 2014

June 10, 2014
USDOT Celebrates Grand Opening of Denver Union Station The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Railroad Administrator Joe Szabo May 9 celebrated the grand opening of Denver...

Videos & Resources

GO Transit: Delays Caused By Signals
GO Transit: Delays Caused By Signals
GO Transit: Delays Caused By Signals
GO Transit: Delays Caused By Signals
GO Transit: Delays Caused By Signals
Rail

GO Transit: Delays Caused By Signals

Sept. 12, 2016
Sometimes GO train delays are caused by signals, but that doesn't necessarily mean the signal itself is malfunctioning.