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Less frequent Lakeshore GO train service,
September 23 and 24



GO Transit is decreasing the frequency of service along the 01 Lakeshore East and 09 Lakeshore East lines this weekend, Saturday, September 23 until Sunday, September 24.

Trains operate along the lines every hour, instead of every 30 minutes.


09 Lakeshore East:

Trains operate hourly during track work near Rouge Hill and Danforth GO stations.

  • Westbound trains that usually leave Oshawa GO Station at 11 minutes past the hour do not operate.
  • Eastbound trains that usually leave Union Station at 43 minutes past the hour do not operate.

GO buses serving the 81 Port Perry / Whitby, 88 Peterborough / Oshawa and 90 Lakeshore East routes continue to operate to and from GO stations with their regular schedules.

Connecting Durham Region Transit and TTC buses continue to operate with their regular schedules.

01 Lakeshore West:

Trains operate hourly between Aldershot and Appleby GO Stations during track work near Burlington GO Station.

  • Westbound trains that usually leave Union Station at 13 minutes past the hour end their trips in Appleby GO Station.
  • Eastbound trains that usually leave Aldershot GO Station at 31 minutes past the hour start, instead, in Appleby.

GO buses serving the 12 Niagara Falls / Burlington, 15 Brantford / Burlington and 18 Lakeshore West routes continue to operate according to their regular schedules.

Connecting Hamilton Street Railway and Burlington Transit buses also continue to operate according to their regular schedules.


You may have to wait in stations as much as 30 minutes longer than usually for the next GO train.