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GO trains all-day Mondays to Fridays
along Stouffville line, starting June 26

Ontario’s Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca, Markham-Unionville member of provincial parliament Michael Chan and Oak Ridges-Markham MPP Dr. Helena Jaczek visited Unionville GO Station Wednesday, June 7 to announce that Metrolinx will shortly provide all-day train service along the GO Transit Stouffville line.

Starting Monday, June 26, GO trains operate every hour in both directions Monday-to-Friday midday and evenings between Unionville GO Station and Union Station. (Currently, trains only operate along the line during rush hours.)

GO trains also operate on two new trips along the line — one between Lincolnville GO Station and Union Monday-to-Friday mornings, and one in the reverse direction afternoons. GO is also extending some train trips between Unionville and Union so that the trains serve the entire line between Lincolnville and Union. In total, GO is adding 17 new train trips every weekday, doubling the total number of weekly train trips from 85 to 170 along the corridor.

The new GO train trips also improve service for passengers traveling to and from Milliken, Agincourt and Kennedy GO Stations along the Stouffville line. These stations currently do not receive midday or evening trains.

Expanding service along the Stouffville GO corridor supports GO’s future regional express rail service — or RER. GO RER will provide faster and more frequent service across the GO network. By 2025, GO intends to offer Stouffville line passengers:

  • two-way service every 15 minutes or better between Union Station and Unionville every day;
  • two-way service every hour or better between Union Station and Mount Joy Monday-to-Friday midday and evenings and all day Saturdays, Sundays and holidays; and
  • peak-direction service Mondays to Fridays during rush hours, every 20 minutes or better, between Union Station and Lincolnville.

GO also plans to electrify the entire line.


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