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GO adjusting train schedules, starting September 24



GO Transit is adjusting train schedules “to better reflect travel times or to make longer than normal scheduled stops to provide [passengers] extra time to board their trains”, starting Saturday, September 24.

The transit agency explains that it’s bringing service back in phases and “working to get you ready to ride once again. As we gradually add more trips, be sure to check schedules in advance and plan ahead. We’ll continue to pay close attention to travel patterns and do our best to keep service and train lengths aligned with demand.”

01 Lakeshore West
  • Starting Saturday, September 24, some trains leave stations one minute earlier than usually every day.
  • Starting Monday, September 26, some westbound trains stop longer than usually at the most popular stations to give you extra time to board your trains Monday-to-Friday evenings.
  • Also starting September 26, GO is resuming six late Monday-to-Friday evening trains to and from West Harbour GO Station.
09 Lakeshore East
  • Starting Monday, September 26, some trains leave stations one minute earlier than usually every day.
21 Milton
  • Starting Monday, September 26, some trains leave stations as much as two minutes earlier or later than usually Mondays to Fridays.
61 Richmond Hill
  • Starting Monday, September 26, some trains leave stations as much as two minute earlier or later than usually Mondays to Fridays.
65 Barrie
  • Starting Saturday, September 24, some trains leave stations as much as two minutes earlier or later than usually every day.
  • Starting Monday, September 26, some trains stop longer than usually at Aurora GO to give passengers extra time to board their trains Mondays to Fridays.
71 Stouffville
  • Starting Monday, September 26, some trains leave stations one minute earlier than usually every day.