Province of Ontario

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Ontario is Canada's second largest province, covering more than one million square kilometres.

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Ontario government making critical infrastructure upgrades to Aurora GO Station

Aug. 18, 2023
Infrastructure upgrades at Aurora GO Station will include a new second platform and track, a new pedestrian tunnel with elevators, additional parking spaces and rail signal upgrades...

Ontario launching GO train service to London

Sept. 16, 2021
The province is extending the Kitchener Line with new stops in Southwestern Ontario.
Office of Minister Caroline Mulroney
Ontario Minister of Transportation Caroline Mulroney speaks at an event in Prescott and Russell United Counties in Ontario to announce an additional C$14 million in funding for transportation in small and rural communities.
Shared Mobility

Ontario provides C$14 million in funding for Community Transportation Grant Program

The program helps with funding for transportation services in unserved or underserved regions of the province.

Canada, Ontario invest in public transit infrastructure and active transportation infrastructure

July 10, 2020
New buses, paratransit vehicles and fare boxes are among the investments residents of Windsor, Tecumseh and Brantford will see.
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Ontario improving public transit across GTHA

July 23, 2019
New transit projects could be coming to Ontario’s Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), now that 11 municipalities can apply for funding to support these projects through ...

Ontario Investing Up to $1 Billion for Light Rail Transit in Hamilton

May 26, 2015
Ontario will provide up to $1 billion to build a new light rail transit (LRT) line in Hamilton as part of the largest infrastructure investment in Ontario's history. Premier Kathleen...

Articles & News

Government of Ontario
Ontario Premier Doug Ford speaks at an event marking the completion of improvements to Bramalea GO Station.

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.
As of May 2, nine transit systems in the Toronto region equipped with PRESTO devices will allow debit cards to be tapped to pay for transit fare. Metrolinx and the government of Ontario are working with TTC to roll out the program to its network this summer.
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Debit cards can be tapped to pay for transit in Toronto region

Nine regional transit systems will allow a debit card to be used as payment for transit with the government of Ontario and Metrolinx continuing to work with TTC to include the...
Government of Ontario
The province of Ontario marked the start of construction on the Confederation GO Station on Oct. 6, 2022.

Confederation GO Station construction begins

The station will offer transit integration and serve as a central link to Hamilton.
TBMs for the Eglinton Crosstown West Extension in the Toronto area began working to bore twin tunnels as part of the subway extension project on April 11. [Metrolinx]

Eglinton Crosstown West Extension tunneling begins

April 12, 2022
Two TBMs will spend the next 20 months digging more than six kilometers of twin tunnels for the subway extension.
GO Transit bilevel coaches (Metrolinx)

Ontario Northland to refurbish 56 GO Transit bi-level coaches

April 11, 2022
The project is getting a $109 million investment from the provincial government and is expected to bring dozens of jobs to the North Bay repair facility.
Office of Premier Doug Ford
Ontario Premier Doug Ford speaks at an event March 27, marking the start of upgrades to the Exhibition Station and start of construction for the Ontario Line.

Exhibition Station upgrades mark start of Ontario Line construction

March 28, 2022
The station is expected to be one of the busiest on the Ontario Line and will bring GO and Ontario Line services under one roof.

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