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GO revises routes and services, September 5



GO Transit continues to revise services in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, starting Saturday, September 5. Service continues to operate at far lower levels than usually for this time of the year.

GO is gradually resuming regular service along all train lines. Passengers aboard trains along the 01 Lakeshore West and 09 Lakeshore East lines benefit from service every 15 to 30 minutes Mondays to Fridays during rush hours, and hourly or better Monday-to-Friday midday and evenings and all day Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

It’s resuming hour service or better during rush hours along the 21 Milton, 31 Kitchener and 61 Richmond Hill lines - with evening service available along the 31 Kitchener line.

GO is resuming Monday-to-Friday midday and evening and weekend service along the 65 Barrie and 71 Stouffville lines. GO took advantage of the lower number of riders this summer by shutting down all but rush-hour service along the two lines, so that Metrolinx could complete major infrastructure projects. Weekend service along the 71 Stouffville line resumes Saturday, September 5. For the 65 Barrie line, contractors need one more weekend of construction, so weekend service resumes Saturday, September 12.


GO is introducing the new 94 Pickering / Mississauga bus route to improve service along Highway 401. Buses operate hourly Mondays to Fridays only between Pickering GO Station and Square One GO Bus Terminal.


The transit agency is reorganizing service in Oshawa, Bowmanville and Newcastle. It’s cancelling Monday-to-Friday rush-hour service along the 91 Newcastle / Oshawa express route and replacing it with the new rush-hour-only 88A branch of the 88 Peterborough / Oshawa route. And, speaking of that route, GO is rerouting all buses so that they operate through downtown Bowmanville, instead of along Highway 401 east of Bowmanville Avenue (Durham Regional Road 57),

GO buses no longer operate to and from the Downtown Oshawa Terminal. Instead, buses along the 52 Oshawa / Highway 407 and 92 Oshawa / Yorkdale routes start and end their trips in the bus terminal at Oshawa GO Station.


Passengers travelling between Kitchener and the Meadowvale Business Park in Mississauga and between Brampton and the business area gain hourly service Mondays to Fridays. GO is adding stops in both directions for buses along the 30 Kitchener / Brampton express route.


Usually during this time of the year, GO buses serving passengers travelling to and from universities and colleges are busy and frequent. GO usually operates buses along several branches or variants of routes to supplement regular service; this year, however, all buses operate along the base route, with much less frequency than usually.

Base service to and from post-secondary institutions is available along these routes:

  • 15 Brantford / Burlington;
  • 25 Waterloo / Mississauga;
  • 29 Guelph / Mississauga;
  • 45 Mississauga / Markham;
  • 47 Hamilton / Highway 407;
  • 46 Oakville / Highway 407;
  • 48 Guelph / Highway 407;
  • 51 Pickering / Highway 407;
  • 52 Oshawa / Highway 407;
  • 54 Markham / Highway 407; and
  • 88 Peterborough / Oshawa.

However GO continues to suspend service along this route primarily for passengers travelling to and from a college and university:

  • 93 Durham College / Ontario Tech U / Scarborough.

Similarly, GO has suspended almost all service along this route due to lower ridership during the pandemic:

  • 16 Hamilton / Toronto express.

GO operates just one daily eastbound bus along the route. The bus leaves Hamilton GO Centre at 12:30 a.m. every day. It ends its trip in Union Station GO Bus Terminal at 1:25 a.m.


GO says, “We’re keeping an eye on [passenger] levels and continue to make adjustments to the length of our trains to match demand while using our resources efficiently. While most… trains will be six cars long, the increased trip options along the corridor will give customers more flexibility to spread across different trips and choose the one that works [for] them. Please look down the platform when the train approaches as you may need to adjust where you’re waiting. Be sure to use all available doors to board and listen for station announcements.”

The transit agency continues, “We are installing plexiglass seat dividers on our trains to help prevent the spread of germs by putting a barrier between you and other passengers. As of September 8, most trains on the Lakeshore lines will have plexiglass seat dividers with more to follow as the installation across our network continues.”


GO also reminds passengers that:

  • Wearing a face covering is mandatory on GO Transit. They’re essential to keeping everyone safe on transit and are required for your entire trip.
  • Wash your hands often. When you can’t, hand sanitizer is readily available along your journey.
  • Avoid lining up at the station. Load money onto your PRESTO farecard using the PRESTO App, or buy your ticket online.

GO is revising service along these routes and lines: 01 Lakeshore West train; 09 Lakeshore East train; 12 Niagara Falls / Burlington; 15 Brantford / Burlington; 18 Lakeshore West bus; 21 Milton train; 21 Milton / Toronto bus; 29 Guelph / Toronto; 30 Kitchener / Brampton express; 31 Kitchener train; 31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto bus; 33 Guelph / Georgetown / North York; 34 Pearson / North York; 37 Orangeville / Brampton; 38 Bolton / Mississauga; 40 Hamilton / Pearson / Richmond Hill; 45 Mississauga / Highway 407; 45 Mississauga / Markham; 46 Oakville / Highway 407; 52 Oshawa / Highway 407; 61 Richmond Hill train; 61 Richmond Hill / Toronto bus; 63 King City / Toronto; 65 Barrie train; 65 East Gwillimbury / Newmarket / Toronto bus; 68 Barrie / Newmarket / Aurora; 70 Uxbridge / Stouffville / Markham; 71 Stouffville train; 71 Stouffville / Toronto bus; 81 Port Perry / Whitby; 88 Peterborough / Oshawa; 90 Lakeshore East bus; 91 Newcastle / Oshawa express; 92 Oshawa / Yorkdale; 94 Pickering / Mississauga; 96 Oshawa / Finch express.

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Specifically, GO is: introducing a new route; cancelling a route; introducing new branches of routes; cancelling branches of routes; increasing service along routes and lines; decreasing service along routes and lines; revising the paths for buses along routes; adjusting the schedules for trains and buses along routes and lines; and making other changes to service along routes.

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Introducing a new route


94 Pickering / Mississauga

Starting Tuesday, September 8, GO introduces service along this new route, with buses operating mostly along Highway 401 between Pickering GO Station and Square One GO Bus Terminal in Mississauga . Buses operate hourly Mondays to Fridays only. Westbound buses leave Pickering from 5:20 a.m. until 6:20 p.m. They end their trips in Square One terminal from 6:50 a.m. until 7:50 p.m. Eastbound buses leave Square One from 7:10 a.m. until 8:10 p.m. They end their trips in Pickering from 8:40 a.m. until 9:40 p.m.

Westbound buses start their trips in the bus terminal at Pickering GO Station, then proceed:

westward along Bayly Street;
northward Liverpool Road;
westward along Highway 401;
southward along McCowan Road;
westward along Triton Road;
through Scarborough Centre GO Bus Terminal,
westward along Triton;
northward along Brimley Road;
westward along Highway 401;
southward along William R. Allen and Yorkdale Roads;
through Yorkdale GO Bus Terminal;
westward along Highway 401 and the Keele Street off-ramp;
southward along Keele;
westward along Highway 401;
south- and westward along Highway 403;
southward along Hurontario Street;
westward along Rathburn Road West; and then
northward along Station Gate Road to just north of Rathburn West in Square One GO Bus Terminal,
ending their trips.

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Westbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Pickering GO Station bus terminal,
  • on McCowan Road at Triton Road,
  • in Scarborough GO Bus Terminal,
  • in Yorkdale GO Bus Terminal,
  • on the on-ramp to westbound Highway 401 west of Keele Street and
  • in Square One GO Bus Terminal.

Eastbound buses start their trips on Station Gate Road just north of Rathburn Road West (Square One GO Bus Terminal), then proceed:

southward along Station Gate;
eastward along Rathburn Roads West and East;
northward along Hurontario Street;
east- and northward along Highway 403;
eastward along Highway 401 and the off-ramp to Keele Street;
northward along Keele;
eastward along Highway 401;
east- and southward along Yorkdale Road;
through Yorkdale GO Bus Terminal;
eastward along Highway 401;
southward along Brimley Road;
eastward along Triton Road;
through Scarborough Centre GO Bus Terminal;
eastward along Triton;
northward along McCowan Road;
eastward along Highway 401;
southward along Brock Road;
westward along Bayly Street; and then
northward into Pickering GO Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

Eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Square One GO Bus Terminal,
  • on Keele Street at Floral Parkway,
  • in Yorkdale GO Bus Terminal,
  • in Scarborough Centre GO Bus Terminal,
  • on McCowan Road north of Progress Avenue and
  • in Pickering GO Station bus terminal.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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Cancelling a route


91 Newcastle / Oshawa express

Friday, September 4 is the last day that GO operates buses along the route. Starting Saturday, September 5, GO revises the path for buses along the 88 Peterborough / Oshawa route to replace route 91 service.

Westbound route 91 buses no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on King Avenue East Newcastle east of Beaver Street North,
  • on King Avenue West Newcastle at North and Pedwell Streets and Rudell Road,
  • in the Highway 2 / Highway 35 / 115 Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on Durham Highway 2 west of Browview Road, at Darlington - Clark Townline, Bragg Road, across from Bennett Road and at Lambs Road,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville at Mearns Avenue, west of Galbraith Court, Liberty Street North and George Street and at Temperance Street,
  • on King Street West Bowmanville across from Roenigk Drive and at Bowmanville Avenue,
  • on Clarington Boulevard south of Durham Highway 2,
  • in the Bowmanville Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on Bowmanville Avenue at Aspen Springs Drive, across from Waverley Road and at Baseline Road West,
  • in the Courtice / Baseline Park and Ride carpool lot and
  • in Oshawa GO Station bus terminal.

GO buses along other routes continue (or start) to serve passengers at all of these stops.

  • King Newcastle: 88A Peterborough / Oshawa; 90 Lakeshore East.
  • Highway 2 / Highway 35 / 115 carpool lot, Durham Highway 2, King Bowmanville, Clarington Boulevard, Bowmanville Park and Ride: 88 / 88A Peterborough / Oshawa; 90 Lakeshore East.
  • Bowmanville Avenue, Courtice Park and Ride: 88 / 88A Peterborough / Oshawa.
  • Oshawa GO Station: 52 Oshawa / Highway 407, 88 / 88A Peterborough / Oshawa; 90 Lakeshore East, 94 Oshawa / Yorkdale.

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Eastbound route 91 buses no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Oshawa GO Station bus terminal,
  • in the Courtice / Baseline Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on Bowmanville Avenue at Baseline Road West, north of Waverley Road and across from Aspen Springs Drive,
  • on Clarington Boulevard south of Durham Highway 2,
  • in the Bowmanville Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on King Street West Bowmanville at Bowmanville Avenue, Roenigk Drive and Scugog Street,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville east of Division Street, at Ontario Street, Liberty Street South, east of Simpson Avenue and across from Mearns Avenue,
  • on Durham Highway 2 at Lambs, Bennett and Rickard Roads, Darlington - Clark Townline and Kurve Inn Road,
  • in the Highway 2 / Highway 35 / 115 Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on King Avenue West Newcastle east of Rudell Road and at Massey Drive and Baldwin Street and
  • on King Avenue East Newcastle east of Beaver Street South.

GO buses along other routes continue (or start) to serve passengers at all of these stops.

  • Oshawa GO Station: 52 Oshawa / Highway 407, 88 / 88A Peterborough / Oshawa; 90 Lakeshore East, 94 Oshawa / Yorkdale.
  • Courtice Park and Ride, Bowmanville Avenue: 88 / 88A Peterborough / Oshawa.
  • Bowmanville Park and Ride, King Bowmanville, Durham Highway 2, Highway 2 / Highway 35 / 115 carpool lot: 88 / 88A Peterborough / Oshawa; 90 Lakeshore East.
  • King Newcastle: 88A Peterborough / Oshawa; 90 Lakeshore East.

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Introducing new branches of routes

65 East Gwillimbury / Newmarket / Toronto

65E branch

GO is restoring some service along the 65 Barrie line that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO trains due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, trains again operate along the line every hour or better Mondays to Fridays during rush hours. Trains operate between Aurora GO Station and Union Station hourly in both directions throughout most of the day and more frequently during rush hours.

Starting Saturday, September 12, GO resumes weekend trains along the line. Trains operate hourly between Aurora GO Station and Union Station Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, with some trains operating to and from Allandale Waterfront GO Station.

Late evenings and early mornings, when trains no longer operate, GO buses serve passengers along the new 65E branch between East Gwillimbury GO Station and Union Station GO Bus Terminal.

Southbound route 65E buses start their trips in East Gwillimbury GO Station bus terminal, then proceed:

westward along Green Lane East;
southward along Second Concession Road and Main Street North Newmarket;
eastward along Davis Drive;
southward along Prospect Street / Bayview Avenue;
westward along Wellington Street East Aurora;
southward along Industrial Parkway South;
westward into Aurora GO Station bus terminal;
northward along Industrial South;
westward along Wellington East;
southward along Yonge Street;
westward along King Road;
southward along Keele Street;
westward along McNaughton Road;
southward along Troon Avenue;
westward along Eagle Rock Way;
westward into Maple GO Station bus terminal;
eastward along Eagle Rock;
southward along McNaughton;
westward along Major Mackenzie Drive East;
southward along Keele Street;
eastward along Rutherford Road;
southward into Rutherford GO Station bus terminal;
westward along Rutherford;
southward along Highway 400, Black Creek Drive, Weston Road, Keele Street and Parkside Drive;
eastward along Lake Shore Boulevard West, the Frederick G. Gardiner Expressway and Harbour Street;
northward along Bay Street; and then
eastward into Union Station GO Bus Terminal,
ending their trips.

Southbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in East Gwillimbury GO Station bus terminal,
  • on Davis Drive at Superior Street (across from Newmarket GO Station) and at Prospect Street,
  • on Prospect Street at Pearson Street,
  • on Bayview Avenue at Mulock Drive and St. Johns Sideroad East and across from River Ridge Boulevard,
  • on Wellington Street East at John West Way,
  • in Aurora GO Station bus terminal,
  • on Keele Street south of Station Road (beside King City GO Station), at Kirby Road, across from Peak Point Boulevard and at Teston Road and Drummond Drive,
  • in Maple GO Station bus terminal,
  • on Keele Street at Church Street,
  • in Maple GO Station bus terminal,
  • in Rutherford GO Station bus terminal and
  • in Union Station GO Bus Terminal.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, southbound buses leave East Gwillimbury at 12:05 a.m. Tuesdays to Saturdays. They end their trips in Union terminal at 1:35 a.m.

Starting Saturday, September 12, southbound buses leave East Gwillimbury at 5:10 and 6:10 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays. They end their trips in Union terminal at 6:50 and 7:50 a.m.

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Northbound buses start their trips in Union Station GO Bus Terminal, then proceed:

southward along Yonge Street;
westward along Lake Shore Boulevard West, the Frederick G. Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore West;
northward along Parkside Drive, Keele Street, Weston Road, Black Creek Drive and Highway 400;
eastward along Rutherford Road;
southward into Rutherford GO Station bus terminal;
westward along Rutherford;
northward along Keele;
eastward along Major Mackenzie Drive West;
northward along McNaughton Road;
westward along Eagle Rock Way;
westward into Maple GO Station bus terminal;
eastward along Eagle Rock;
northward along Troon Avenue;
westward along McNaughton;
northward along Keele;
eastward along King Road;
northward along Yonge Street;
eastward along Wellington Street East Aurora;
southward along Industrial Parkway South;
westward into Aurora GO Station bus terminal;
northward along Industrial South;
eastward along Wellington East;
northward along Bayview Avenue and Prospect Street;
westward along Davis Drive;
northward along Main Street North Newmarket and Second Concession Road;
eastward along Green Lane East; and then
southward into East Gwillimbury GO Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

Northbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Union Station GO Bus Terminal,
  • in Rutherford GO Station bus terminal,
  • on Keele Street at Barrhill Road,
  • on Major Mackenzie Drive West east of Keele Street,
  • in Maple GO Station bus terminal and
  • on Keele Street across from Drummond Drive and at Teston Road, Peak Point Boulevard, Kirby Road and Burton Grove (across from King City GO Station.)
  • in Aurora GO Station bus terminal,
  • on Wellington Street East at Mary Street,
  • on Bayview Avenue at River Ridge Boulevard, St. Johns Sideroad East and Mulock Drive,
  • on Prospect Street at Pearson Street and south of Davis Drive.
  • on Davis Drive across from Superior Street (beside Newmarket GO Station) and
  • in East Gwillimbury GO Station bus terminal.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, northbound buses leave Union at 8:12 and 9:12 a.m. Mondays to Fridays. They end their trips in East Gwillimbury at 10:03 and 11:03 a.m. More buses leave Union at 11:12 p.m. Mondays to Fridays and 12:12, 1:12 and 2:12 a.m. Tuesdays to Saturdays. They end their trips in East Gwillimbury at 12:40, 1:40, 2:40 and 3:40 a.m.

Starting Sunday, September 13, northbound buses leave Union at 12:12, 1:12 and 2:12 a.m. Sundays and Mondays (and the days after statutory holidays). They end their trips in East Gwillimbury at 1:39, 2:39 and 3:39 a.m.

GO is also decreasing service along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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88A Peterborough / Oshawa

Starting Tuesday, September 8, GO is introducing this new branch to provide Monday-to-Friday rush-hour service to and from Newcastle. Buses also drop off or pick up passengers at local stops through Bowmanville, instead of along Highway 401 east of Bowmanville Avenue (Regional Road 57). Buses operating along the new path partly replace service along the former 91 Newcastle / Oshawa express route and supplement service along the 90 Lakeshore East route. Three westbound buses operate hourly Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours. Three eastbound buses operate hourly during afternoon rush hours.

GO is also revising the path for buses along the route.

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You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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Cancelling branches of a route


96 Oshawa / Finch express

GO no longer operates buses along the 96, 96A, 96C, 96D and 96E branches of the route.

All buses operate along the 96B branch between Oshawa GO Station and Finch GO Bus Terminal.

GO is also decreasing service along the route and adjusting the schedules for buses along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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61 Richmond Hill / Toronto bus

GO no longer operates buses along the 61A, 61B, 61C and 61F branches of the route.

Except for one early Monday-to-Friday morning bus along the 61D branch of the route from Richmond Hill GO Station, all buses operate along the main branch between Gormley GO Station and Union Station GO Bus Terminal.

GO is also decreasing service along the route and adjusting the schedules for buses along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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Increasing service along routes and lines


65 Barrie train

GO is restoring some service that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO trains due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, trains again operate along the line every hour or better Mondays to Fridays during rush hours. Trains operate between Aurora GO Station and Union Station hourly in both directions throughout most of the day and more frequently during rush hours. A new Monday-to-Friday evening southbound train leaves Allandale Waterfront GO Station at 9:08 p.m., ending its trip in Union Station at 10:48 p.m. A new northbound train leaves Union at 9:53 p.m., ending in Allandale Waterfront at 11:34 p.m.

Starting Saturday, September 12, GO resumes weekend trains along the line. Trains operate hourly between Aurora GO Station and Union Station Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, with some trains operating to and from Allandale Waterfront GO Station.

GO is also decreasing service along the line and adjusting the schedules for trains along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 63 King City / Toronto, 65 East Gwillimbury / Newmarket / Toronto and 68 Barrie / Newmarket / Aurora bus routes to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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33 Guelph / Georgetown / North York

33C branch

Starting Tuesday, September 8, GO operates a bus on a new eastbound trip along the route Mondays to Fridays. The bus leaves the University Centre Terminal on the University of Guelph campus at 4:25 a.m. It leaves Acton GO Station at a.m. It ends its trip in Georgetown GO Station bus terminal at 5:15 a.m. Passengers can connect in Georgetown with the 5:30 a.m. eastbound train.

The bus replaces early-morning train service from Guelph and Acton along the 31 Kitchener line.

GO is also adjusting the schedules for buses along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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40 Hamilton / Pearson / Richmond Hill

GO is restoring some service that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO buses due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, buses again drop off or pick up passengers at stops along the route every 30 minutes Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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31 Kitchener trains

GO is restoring some service that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO trains due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, trains operate hourly or better Mondays to Fridays during rush hours and evenings. Trains operate between Mount Pleasant GO Station and Union Station every 30 minutes Mondays to Fridays during rush hours and at least hourly for most of the day. GO is also decreasing service along the line, adjusting the schedules for trains along the line, and making other changes to service along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 30 Kitchener / Brampton express, 31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto and 33 Guelph / Georgetown / North York bus routes to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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30 Kitchener / Brampton express

Starting Tuesday, September 8, GO increases the number of trips along the route so that buses operate about every hour Mondays to Fridays before about 11 p.m.

It’s also revising the path so that buses serve passengers travelling to and from the Meadowvale Business Park area in Mississauga.

Eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at a new stop

  • on Mississauga Road at Royal Bank Drive.

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Westbound buses reverse the eastbound routing.

Westbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at a new stop

  • on Mississauga Road at Dupont Meadow Place.

GO is also adjusting the schedules for buses along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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09 Lakeshore East trains

GO is restoring some service that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO trains due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Saturday, September 5, trains operate every 15 to 30 minutes Mondays to Fridays Mondays to Fridays during rush hours, and hourly or better Monday-to-Friday midday and evenings and all day Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. All trains operate local (not express), meaning they drop off or pick up passengers at all stations.

GO is also adjusting the schedules for trains along the line.

It’s also adjusting service along the 81 Port Perry / Whitby, 88 Peterborough / Oshawa, 90 Lakeshore East and 91 Newcastle / Oshawa express bus routes to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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01 Lakeshore West trains

GO is restoring some service that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO trains due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Saturday, September 5, trains operate every 15 to 30 minutes Mondays to Fridays during rush hours, and hourly or better Monday-to-Friday midday and evenings and all day Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. All trains operate local (not express), meaning they drop off or pick up passengers at all stations. Starting Tuesday, September 8, trains again operate to and from West Harbour GO Station Mondays to Fridays. Two eastbound trains leave West Harbour at 6:13 and 7:13 a.m., ending their trips in Union Station at 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. Two westbound trains leave Union Station at 4:45 and 5:45 p.m., ending their trips in West Harbour at 6:03 and 7:03 p.m.

GO is also adjusting the schedules for trains along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 12 Niagara Falls / Burlington, 15 Brantford / Burlington and 18 Lakeshore West bus routes to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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21 Milton trains

GO is restoring some service that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO trains due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, trains operate every hour or better Mondays to Fridays during rush hours. GO’s operating two more morning and afternoon trips during rush hours for a total of five trips in each direction.

GO is also adjusting the schedules for trains along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 21 Milton / Toronto bus route to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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21 Milton / Toronto bus

21B branch

GO is restoring some service that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO buses due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, GO again operates the eastbound bus that usually leaves Milton GO Station at 5:10 a.m. Mondays to Fridays. The bus drops off or picks up passengers at local stops along the route until Meadowvale GO Station. It leaves Meadowvale at 5:35 a.m., then operates express - without stopping - to Union Station GO Bus Terminal. It ends its trip in Union terminal at 6:15 a.m.

GO is also decreasing service along the route and adjusting the schedules for buses along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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45 Mississauga / Markham

GO is restoring some service that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO buses due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, buses again drop off or pick up passengers at stops along the route hourly from about 6 a.m. until 8 p.m. Mondays to Fridays.

GO’s also extending the path so that buses operate to and from Unionville GO Station.

Eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at new stops (for this route)

  • on Yonge Street [northbound] north of Highway 407,
  • in Richmond Hill Centre Terminal,
  • on Yonge Street [southbound] south of Garden Avenue,
  • on YMCA Boulevard west of Kennedy Road and
  • in Unionville GO Station bus terminal.

Westbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at new stops (for this route)

  • in Unionville GO Station bus terminal,
  • on YMCA Boulevard at Kennedy Road,
  • on Yonge Street [northbound] north of Highway 407,
  • in Richmond Hill Centre Terminal and
  • on Yonge Street [southbound] south of Garden Avenue.

GO is also making another change to service along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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46 Oakville / Highway 407

GO is restoring some service that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO buses due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, GO again operates the westbound bus that usually leaves Highway 407 Station at 6:55 a.m. Mondays to Fridays. The bus ends its trip in Oakville GO Station bus terminal at 8:20 a.m.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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52 Oshawa / Highway 407

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO is revising the path so that buses operate to and from Oshawa GO Station.

Westbound buses drop off passengers at a new stop

  • on Simcoe Street South at Athol Street West.

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Eastbound buses pick up passengers at a new stop

  • on Simcoe Street South at Athol Street East.

GO is also decreasing service along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

92 Oshawa / Yorkdale

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO is revising the path so that buses operate to and from Oshawa GO Station.

Westbound buses drop off passengers at a new stop

  • on Simcoe Street South at Athol Street West.

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Eastbound buses pick up passengers at a new stop

  • on Simcoe Street South at Athol Street East.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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61 Richmond Hill trains

GO is restoring some service that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO trains due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, trains operate every hour or better Mondays to Fridays during rush hours. GO’s operating one more morning and afternoon trip during rush hours for a total of four trips in each direction.

GO is also adjusting the schedules for trains along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 61 Richmond Hill / Toronto bus route to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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71 Stouffville trains

GO is restoring some service that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO trains due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO resumes weekend trains along the line. Trains operate hourly between Mount Joy GO Station and Union Station Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, with some trains operating to and from Lincolnville GO Station.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, GO is increasing Monday-to-Friday service to provide hourly or better service during rush hours. All trains operate to and from Stouffville and Lincolnville GO stations during rush hours.

GO is also adjusting the schedules for trains along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 70 Uxbridge / Stouffville / Markham and 71 Stouffville / Toronto bus routes to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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Decreasing service along routes and lines


65 Barrie train

Starting Tuesday, September 8, the southbound train that usually leaves Allandale Waterfront GO Station at 4:53 a.m. Mondays to Fridays starts, instead, in Bradford GO Station at 5:21 a.m. The train drops off or picks up passengers in all stations south of Bradford at the usual times, ending its trip in Union Station at 6:33 a.m.

Passengers travelling from Barrie and Innisfil can board a southbound bus along the 68B Barrie / Newmarket / Aurora route. The bus leaves Downtown Barrie Terminal at 4:55 a.m. and Allandale Waterfront at 5 a.m. It ends its trip in East Gwillimbury GO Station bus terminal at 5:15 a.m. Passengers can connect in East Gwillimbury with the southbound train that leaves at 5:30 p.m.

GO is also increasing service along the line and adjusting the schedules for trains along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 63 King City / Toronto and 65 East Gwillimbury / Newmarket / Toronto bus routes to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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65 East Gwillimbury / Newmarket / Toronto bus

GO is restoring some service along the 65 Barrie line that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO trains due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, trains again operate along the line every hour or better Mondays to Fridays during rush hours. Trains operate between Aurora GO Station and Union Station hourly in both directions throughout most of the day and more frequently during rush hours.

Starting Saturday, September 12, GO resumes weekend trains along the line. Trains operate hourly between Aurora GO Station and Union Station Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, with some trains operating to and from Allandale Waterfront GO Station.

Since trains operate more often, GO is cancelling much - but not all — of its bus service along the route.

It’s also introducing a new branch of the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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29 Guelph / Mississauga

Sunday, August 30 was the last day that GO operated the eastbound bus that usually leaves Guelph Central GO Station at 9:40 p.m. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. (The bus usually ended its trip in Square One GO Bus Terminal at 10:55 p.m.

It’s also the last day that GO operated the westbound bus that usually leaves Square One at 11:25 p.m. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. (The bus usually ended its trip in Guelph Central Station bus terminal at 12:40 a.m.)

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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63 King City / Toronto

GO is restoring some service along the 65 Barrie line that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO trains due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, trains again operate along the line every hour or better Mondays to Fridays during rush hours. Trains operate between Aurora GO Station and Union Station hourly in both directions throughout most of the day and more frequently during rush hours.

Starting Saturday, September 12, GO resumes weekend trains along the line. Trains operate hourly between Aurora GO Station and Union Station Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, with some trains operating to and from Allandale Waterfront GO Station.

Since trains operate more often, GO is cancelling most buses along route 63, except for one southbound bus that leaves King City GO Station at 4:55 a.m. Mondays to Fridays. The bus ends its trip in Union Station GO Bus Terminal at 5:55 a.m.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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31 Kitchener trains

Starting Tuesday, September 8, the eastbound train that usually leaves Kitchener GO Station at 4:35 a.m. Mondays to Fridays, starts its trip, instead, in Georgetown GO Station at 5:30 a.m. The train drops off or pick up passengers at stations along the line as much as two minutes later than usually. It ends its trip in Union Station at 6:28 a.m.

Passengers travelling from Kitchener can board an eastbound bus along the 30 Kitchener / Brampton express route. The bus leaves Kitchener at 4:33 a.m. It ends its trip in Bramalea GO Station bus terminal at 5:33 a.m. The eastbound train leaves Bramalea at 5:53 a.m.

Passengers travelling from Guelph and Acton can board an eastbound bus along the 33C Guelph / Georgetown / North York route. The bus leaves the University Centre Terminal on the University of Guelph campus at 4:25 a.m. It leaves Acton GO Station at a.m. It ends its trip in Georgetown GO Station bus terminal at 5:15 a.m. Passengers can connect in Georgetown with the 5:30 a.m. eastbound train.

GO is also increasing service along the line, adjusting the schedules for trains along the line and making other changes to service along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto and 33 Guelph / Georgetown / North York bus routes to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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21 Milton / Toronto train

GO says that, starting Tuesday, September 8, it’s decreasing the frequency of service along the route Monday-to-Friday mornings and evenings “due to low demand”.

GO is also increasing service along the route and adjusting the schedules for buses along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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34 Pearson / North York

GO is decreasing the frequency of service along the route Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, it says, “due to low demand”.

Starting Saturday, September 8, weekend buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops along the route every two hours, instead of hourly.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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52 Oshawa / Highway 407

GO says it’s decreasing the frequency of service along the route Saturdays, Sundays and holidays “due to low demand”.

Starting Saturday, September 5, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops along the route about every two hours, instead of every hour.

GO is also revising the path so that buses operate to and from Oshawa GO Station.

Buses in both direction skip their usual stop

  • in Downtown Oshawa Bus Terminal.

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GO is also adjusting the schedules for buses along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

96 Oshawa / Finch express

GO is decreasing the frequency of service along the route Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, it says, “due to low demand”.

Starting Saturday, September 8, weekend buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops along the route every two hours, instead of hourly.

GO is also cancelling branches of the route and adjusting the schedules for buses along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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92 Oshawa / Yorkdale

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO is revising the path so that buses operate to and from Oshawa GO Station.

Buses in both direction skip their usual stop

  • in Downtown Oshawa Bus Terminal.

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You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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61 Richmond Hill / Toronto bus

GO is decreasing service along the route, it says, “to make better use of our resources”.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, northbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops along the route every two hours, instead of every hour Mondays to Fridays after about 8 p.m.

GO is also cancelling branches of the route and adjusting the schedules for buses along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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71 Stouffville / Toronto bus

GO is restoring some service that it cancelled in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fewer passengers have been riding GO trains due to social-distancing and lockdown protocols during the pandemic emergency.

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO resumes weekend trains along the line. Trains operate hourly between Mount Joy GO Station and Union Station Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, with some trains operating to and from Lincolnville GO Station. Starting Tuesday, September 8, GO is increasing Monday-to-Friday service to provide hourly or better service during rush hours. All trains operate to and from Stouffville and Lincolnville GO stations during rush hours.

Since trains operate more often, GO is cancelling much - but not all — of its bus service along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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Revising the paths for buses along routes


30 Kitchener / Brampton express

GO is revising the path for buses along the route to serve passengers travelling to and from the Meadowvale Business Park area in Mississauga.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, eastbound buses operate along the usual route to Highways 401 and 407, then proceed:

eastward along Highway 401; and then
northward along Mississauga Road to Highway 407,
resuming their usual route eastward along Highway 407.

Eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at a new stop

  • on Mississauga Road at Royal Bank Drive.

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Westbound buses reverse the eastbound routing.

Westbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at a new stop

  • on Mississauga Road at Dupont Meadow Place.

GO is also increasing service along the route and adjusting the schedules for buses along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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45 Mississauga / Markham

Starting Tuesday, September 8, buses again operate along Highway 407 for most of their path.

GO’s also extending the path so that buses operate to and from Unionville GO Station.

Eastbound buses operate along their usual route to Highway 407 Station bus terminal, then proceed:

northward along Jane Street;
eastward along Highway 407;
northward along Yonge Street;
eastward along the Yonge / Highway 7 Connector Road; and then
eastward into Richmond Hill Centre terminal.

The buses then continue:

westward along the Yonge / Highway 7 Connector Road;
southward along Yonge Street;
eastward along Highway 407;
northward along Kennedy Road; and then
westward along YMCA Boulevard to Unionville GO Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

Eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at new stops (for this route)

  • on Yonge Street [northbound] north of Highway 407,
  • in Richmond Hill Centre Terminal,
  • on Yonge Street [southbound] south of Garden Avenue,
  • on YMCA Boulevard west of Kennedy Road and
  • in Unionville GO Station bus terminal.

Westbound buses reverse the eastbound path.

Westbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at new stops (for this route)

  • in Unionville GO Station bus terminal,
  • on YMCA Boulevard at Kennedy Road,
  • on Yonge Street [northbound] north of Highway 407,
  • in Richmond Hill Centre Terminal and
  • on Yonge Street [southbound] south of Garden Avenue.

GO is also increasing service along the route, adjusting the schedules and making another change to service along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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52 Oshawa / Highway 407

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO is revising the path so that buses operate to and from Oshawa GO Station.

Westbound buses start their trips in Oshawa GO Station bus terminal, then proceed:

eastward along Bloor Street West; and then
northward along Simcoe Street South to King Street,
resuming their regular route northward along Simcoe North.

Westbound buses drop off passengers at a new stop

  • on Simcoe Street South at Athol Street West.

Westbound buses no longer serve passengers

  • in Downtown Oshawa Bus Terminal.

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Eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Centre Street North and King Street West, then proceed:

southward along Centre South;
eastward along Fairbanks Street;
southward along Simcoe Street North;
westward along Bloor Street West; and then
southward into Oshawa GO Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

Eastbound buses pick up passengers at a new stop

  • on Simcoe Street South at Athol Street East.

Eastbound buses no longer serve passengers

  • in Downtown Oshawa Bus Terminal.

GO is also decreasing service along the route and adjusting the schedules for buses along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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92 Oshawa / Yorkdale

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO is revising the path so that buses operate to and from Oshawa GO Station.

Westbound buses start their trips in Oshawa GO Station bus terminal, then proceed:

eastward along Bloor Street West; and then
northward along Simcoe Street South to King Street,
resuming their regular route northward along Simcoe North.

Westbound buses drop off passengers at a new stop

  • on Simcoe Street South at Athol Street West.

Westbound buses no longer serve passengers

  • in Downtown Oshawa Bus Terminal.

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Eastbound buses operate along their regular route to King Street West and Centre Street South, then proceed:

southward along Centre South;
eastward along Fairbanks Street;
southward along Simcoe Street North;
westward along Bloor Street West; and then
southward into Oshawa GO Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

Eastbound buses pick up passengers at a new stop

  • on Simcoe Street South at Athol Street East.

Eastbound buses no longer serve passengers

  • in Downtown Oshawa Bus Terminal.

GO is also adjusting the schedules for buses along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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88 Peterborough / Oshawa

88 branch

GO is revising the path so that buses drop off or pick up passengers at local stops through Bowmanville, instead ofalong Highway 401 east of Bowmanville Avenue (Regional Road 57). Buses operating along the new path partly replace service along the former 91 Newcastle / Oshawa express route and supplement service along the 90 Lakeshore East route.

Starting Saturday, September 5, westbound buses operate along their usual route to the Highway 2 / Highways 35 / 115 Park and Ride carpool lot, then proceed:

westward along Durham Highway 2 and King Streets East and West Bowmanville;
southward along Clarington Boulevard,
eastward along Prince William Boulevard;
southward into the Bowmanville Park and Ride carpool lot;
northward along Pethrick Avenue;
eastward along King West;
southward along Bowmanville Avenue;
westward along Highway 401;
northward along Courtice Road;
westward into the Courtice Park and Ride carpool lot;
southward along Courtice;
westward along Highway 401;
southward along Stevenson Road South;
westward along Bloor Street West; and then
southward into Oshawa GO Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

Westbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at new stops (for this route)

  • on Durham Highway 2 west of Browview Road, at Darlington - Clark Townline, Bragg Road, across from Bennett Road and at Lambs Road,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville at Mearns Avenue, west of Galbraith Court, Liberty Street North and George Street and at Temperance Street,
  • on King Street West Bowmanville across from Roenigk Drive and at Bowmanville Avenue,
  • on Clarington Boulevard south of Durham Highway 2,
  • in the Bowmanville Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on Bowmanville Avenue at Aspen Springs Drive, across from Waverley Road and at Baseline Road West and
  • in the Courtice / Baseline Park and Ride carpool lot.

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Eastbound buses start their trips in the bus terminal at Oshawa GO Station, then proceed:

eastward along Bloor Street West;
northward along Stevenson Road South;
eastward along Highway 401;
northward along Courtice Road;
westward into the Courtice Park and Ride carpool lot;
southward along Courtice;
eastward along Highway 401;
northward along Bowmanville Boulevard;
westward along King Street West Bowmanville;
southward along Clarington Boulevard,
eastward along Prince William Boulevard;
southward into the Bowmanville Park and Ride carpool lot;
northward along Pethrick Avenue;
eastward along King West and East and Durham Highway 2; and then
northward into Highway 2 / Highways 35 / 115 Park and Ride carpool lot,
resuming their usual route.

Eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Oshawa GO Station bus terminal,
  • in the Courtice / Baseline Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on Bowmanville Avenue at Baseline Road West, north of Waverley Road and across from Aspen Springs Drive,
  • on Clarington Boulevard south of Durham Highway 2,
  • in the Bowmanville Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on King Street West Bowmanville at Bowmanville Avenue, Roenigk Drive and Scugog Street,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville east of Division Street, at Ontario Street, Liberty Street South, east of Simpson Avenue and across from Mearns Avenue,
  • on Durham Highway 2 at Lambs, Bennett and Rickard Roads, Darlington - Clark Townline and Kurve Inn Road and
  • in the Highway 2 / Highway 35 / 115 Park and Ride carpool lot.

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88A branch

GO is introducing this new branch to provide Monday-to-Friday rush-hour service to and from Newcastle. Buses also drop off or pick up passengers at local stops through Bowmanville, instead of along Highway 401 east of Bowmanville Avenue (Regional Road 57). Buses operating along the new path partly replace service along the former 91 Newcastle / Oshawa express route and supplement service along the 90 Lakeshore East route. Three westbound buses operate hourly Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours. Three eastbound buses operate hourly during afternoon rush hours.

Starting Tuesday, September 8, westbound buses start their trips on King Avenue East east of Beaver Street North in Newcastle, then proceed:

westward along King Avenues East and West and Durham Highway 2;
northward into the Highway 2 / Highways 35 / 115 Park and Ride carpool lot; westward along Durham Highway 2 and King Streets East and West Bowmanville;
southward along Clarington Boulevard,
eastward along Prince William Boulevard;
southward into the Bowmanville Park and Ride carpool lot;
northward along Pethrick Avenue;
eastward along King West;
southward along Bowmanville Avenue;
westward along Highway 401;
northward along Courtice Road;
westward into the Courtice Park and Ride carpool lot;
southward along Courtice;
westward along Highway 401;
northward along Drew Street;
westward along First Avenue;
southward along Simcoe Street South;
westward along Bloor Street West; and then
southward into Oshawa GO Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

Westbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at new stops (for this route)

  • on King Avenue East Newcastle east of Beaver Street North,
  • on King Avenue West Newcastle at North and Pedwell Streets and Rudell Road,
  • on Durham Highway 2 west of Browview Road, at Darlington - Clark Townline, Bragg Road, across from Bennett Road and at Lambs Road,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville at Mearns Avenue, west of Galbraith Court, Liberty Street North and George Street and at Temperance Street,
  • on King Street West Bowmanville across from Roenigk Drive and at Bowmanville Avenue,
  • on Clarington Boulevard south of Durham Highway 2,
  • in the Bowmanville Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on Bowmanville Avenue at Aspen Springs Drive, across from Waverley Road and at Baseline Road West,
  • in the Courtice / Baseline Park and Ride carpool lot and
  • on First Avenue at Front Street beside the Front Park and Ride carpool lot.

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Eastbound buses start their trips in the bus terminal at Oshawa GO Station, then proceed:

eastward along Bloor Street West;
northward along Simcoe Street South;
eastward along First Avenue;
southward along Ritson Road South;
eastward along Bloor Street East;
eastward along Highway 401;
northward along Courtice Road;
westward into the Courtice Park and Ride carpool lot;
southward along Courtice;
eastward along Highway 401;
northward along Bowmanville Boulevard;
westward along King Street West Bowmanville;
southward along Clarington Boulevard,
eastward along Prince William Boulevard;
southward into the Bowmanville Park and Ride carpool lot;
northward along Pethrick Avenue;
eastward along King West and East and Durham Highway 2; and then
northward into Highway 2 / Highways 35 / 115 Park and Ride carpool lot,
resuming their usual route.

Eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Oshawa GO Station bus terminal,
  • on First Avenue west of Front Street across from the Front Park and Ride carpool lot.
  • in the Courtice / Baseline Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on Bowmanville Avenue at Baseline Road West, north of Waverley Road and across from Aspen Springs Drive,
  • on Clarington Boulevard south of Durham Highway 2,
  • in the Bowmanville Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on King Street West Bowmanville at Bowmanville Avenue, Roenigk Drive and Scugog Street,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville east of Division Street, at Ontario Street, Liberty Street South, east of Simpson Avenue and across from Mearns Avenue,
  • on Durham Highway 2 at Lambs, Bennett and Rickard Roads, Darlington - Clark Townline and Kurve Inn Road and
  • in the Highway 2 / Highway 35 / 115 Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on King Avenue West Newcastle east of Rudell Road and at Massey Drive and Baldwin Street and
  • on King Avenue East Newcastle east of Beaver Street South.

GO is also adjusting the schedules for buses along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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Adjusting the schedules for vehicles along routes and lines


65 Barrie train

Since GO is increasing service every day, starting Saturday, September 5, it’s also adjusting the schedules and trip times for many trains along the line.

GO is also decreasing service along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 63 King City / Toronto, 65 East Gwillimbury / Newmarket / Toronto and 68 Barrie / Newmarket / Aurora bus routes to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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68 Barrie / Newmarket / Aurora

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 65 Barrie line.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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15 Brantford / Burlington

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 01 Lakeshore West line.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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38 Bolton / Mississauga

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 31 Georgetown line.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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33 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 31 Kitchener line.

GO is also increasing service along the line.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 31 Kitchener line.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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31 Kitchener train

Since GO is increasing service every day, starting Tuesday, September 8, it’s also adjusting the schedules and trip times for many trains along the line.

GO is also decreasing service along the line and making other changes to service along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 30 Kitchener / Brampton express, 31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto and 33 Guelph / Georgetown / North York bus routes to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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30 Kitchener / Bramalea express

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 31 Kitchener line. It’s also adjusting trip times to accommodate the revised path for buses along the route.

GO is also increasing service along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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90 Lakeshore East bus

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 09 Lakeshore East line.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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09 Lakeshore East train

Since GO is increasing service every day, starting Saturday, September 5, it’s also adjusting the schedules and trip times for most trains along the line.

It’s also adjusting service along the 81 Port Perry / Whitby, 88 Peterborough / Oshawa, 90 Lakeshore East and 91 Newcastle / Oshawa express bus routes to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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18 Lakeshore West bus

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 01 Lakeshore West line.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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01 Lakeshore West train

Since GO is increasing service every day, starting Saturday, September 5, it’s also adjusting the schedules and trip times for most trains along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 12 Niagara Falls / Burlington, 15 Brantford / Burlington and 18 Lakeshore West bus routes to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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21 Milton train

Since GO is increasing service Mondays to Fridays, starting Tuesday, September 8, it’s also adjusting the schedules and trip times for all trains along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 21 Milton / Toronto bus route to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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21 Milton / Toronto bus

Starting Tuesday, September 8, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 21 Milton line.

Some buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops along the route as much as five minutes earlier or later than usually.

GO is also increasing and decreasing service along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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12 Niagara Falls / Burlington

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 01 Lakeshore East line.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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37 Orangeville / Brampton

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 31 Georgetown line.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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52 Oshawa / Highway 407

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules to accommodate the longer path.

GO is also decreasing service along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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96 Oshawa / Finch express

Starting Saturday, September 5, all buses operate between Oshawa GO Station and Finch GO Bus Terminal. Since most buses along the route drop off or pick up passengers at all stops, GO is increasing the travel time for many trips by 10 to 15 minutes.

GO is also cancelling branches of the route and decreasing service along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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92 Oshawa / Yorkdale

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules to accommodate the longer path.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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88 Peterborough / Oshawa

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules to accommodate the revised path.

GO is also introducing a new branch of the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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81 Port Perry / Whitby

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 01 Lakeshore West line.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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61 Richmond Hill train

Since GO is increasing service Mondays to Fridays, starting Tuesday, September 8, it’s also adjusting the schedules and trip times for all trains along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 61 Richmond Hill / Toronto bus route to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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61 Richmond Hill / Toronto bus

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 01 Lakeshore West line.

Except for one early Monday-to-Friday morning bus along the route from Richmond Hill GO Station, all buses operate between Gormley GO Station and Union Station GO Bus Terminal. Since most buses along the route drop off or pick up passengers at all stops, GO is increasing the travel time for many trips by 10 to 15 minutes.

GO is also cancelling branches of the route and decreasing service along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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71 Stouffville train

Since GO is increasing service every day, starting Saturday, September 5, it’s also adjusting the schedules and trip times for many trains along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 70 Uxbridge / Stouffville / Markham and 71 Stouffville / Toronto bus routes to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the line here (.pdf).

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70 Uxbridge / Stouffville / Markham

Starting Saturday, September 5, GO adjusts the schedules for buses along the route to align with the new schedules for trains along the 71 Stouffville line.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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Making other changes to service along routes


31 Kitchener trains

The eastbound train leaving Bramalea GO Station at 8:22 a.m. Mondays to Fridays and the westbound train leaving Union Station at 7:34 a.m. to Bramalea both stop at a temporary platform in Bramalea GO Station. This platform has no elevator access to the north side of the station. If you need to use an elevator, do not board either of these trains.

  • Due to construction on the temporary platform, only three coaches will open doors at Bramalea, including the accessibility coach. Listen to the announcements at the station and on your train.
  • All other trains stop at the regular platform, which has elevator access to the station building, north parking lot and bus loop.

GO is also increasing and decreasing service along the line and adjusting the schedules for trains along the line.

It’s also decreasing (or adjusting) service along the 30 Kitchener / Brampton express, 31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto and 33 Guelph / Georgetown / North York bus routes to align with the new train schedules.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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45 Mississauga / Highway 407
45 Mississauga / Markham

Starting Tuesday, September 8, GO extends the path so that buses operate to and from Unionville GO Station. With this change, GO renames the former 45 Mississauga / Highway 407 route as the 45 Mississauga / Markham route.

GO is also increasing service along the route.

You can view the new schedules for the route here (.pdf).

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