GO trains continue to serve Milton line and Hamilton,
despite possible labour disruption tomorrow, May 23

GO Transit trains will operate along all lines, including the Milton line, tomorrow, Wednesday, May 23, despite a potential labour disruption at the Canadian Pacific Railway that could occur as early as midnight tonight.

According to GO, CP and Teamsters Canada Rail Conference, the union representing Canadian Pacific Railway train operators, engineers and rail traffic controllers, have agreed to run commuter trains tomorrow.

All GO Trains on the Milton line are expected to run on schedule during the morning and afternoon rush.

GO Trains out of Hamilton are also expected to run as scheduled on Wednesday morning, and will now originate from Hamilton GO Centre, as usual. (A strike will also affect service between Aldershot and Hamilton.)

GO Transit will continue to update passengers on the ongoing labour dispute.