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GO revises routes and services, January 5



Update — Friday, January 11, 11:45 a.m.: GO’s changes to Kitchener line service resulted in overcrowded platforms and trains, particularly for Brampton passengers. GO says, “we have heard your concerns about the changes we made and we have been working on solutions to address them. We are pleased to advise that effective Friday, January 11, the 5:02 p.m. and 5:27 p.m. afternoon trips from Union will both be extended from a 10-car train to a 12-car train. Together, these improvements will provide 600 additional seats for customers during their evening commute.”


GO Transit is making significant changes to both train and bus services, starting Saturday, January 5.

It’s revising service along the 31 Kitchener line to provide one more trip in each direction to and from Waterloo Region. And, for the first time ever, it’s operating Monday-to-Friday train service between Niagara Falls and Toronto. It’s extending the 01 Lakeshore West line to offer passengers one trip in each direction to and from Niagara.

Controversially, GO is withdrawing service from York University’s Keele campus. Instead, it’s starting and ending trips in the bus terminal at Highway 407 Station on the TTC’s Yonge - University line, along these routes:

  • 25F Waterloo / Mississauga;
  • 45 Mississauga / Highway 407;
  • 46 Oakville / Highway 407;
  • 47 Hamilton / Highway 407;
  • 48 Guelph / Highway 407;
  • 51 Pickering / Highway 407;
  • 52 Oshawa / Highway 407; and
  • 54 Markham / Highway 407.

GO-bus passengers travelling to and from the university campus must pay an extra fare to travel on the TTC subway between Highway 407 and York University station. On the other hand, passengers get a direct connection to travel to and from downtown Toronto.

Since York Region Transit previously ended York University service, only Brampton Transit and the TTC offer on-campus bus service after January 4.

GO is revising the paths for buses along two routes to provide service to and from two new carpool lots in Courtice and central Oshawa:

  • 90A Lakeshore East; and
  • 91 Newcastle / Oshawa express.

It’s increasing service along several bus routes:

  • 15 Brantford / Burlington;
  • 19 Mississauga / North York;
  • 25 Waterloo / Mississauga;
  • 37 Orangeville / Brampton;
  • 40 Hamilton / Pearson / Richmond Hill;
  • 45 Mississauga / Highway 407;
  • 46 Oakville / Highway 407;
  • 47 Hamilton / Highway 407;
  • 48 Guelph / Highway 407;
  • 51 Pickering / Highway 407;
  • 52 Oshawa / Highway 407;
  • 54 Markham / Highway 407;
  • 68 Barrie / Newmarket / Aurora;
  • 91 Newcastle / Oshawa express;
  • 93 Durham College / UOIT / Scarborough.

And, it’s resuming extra service to and from colleges and universities along these routes:

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


GO is revising service along these routes: 01 Lakeshore West trains; 09 Lakeshore East trains; 15 Brantford / Burlington; 18 Lakeshore West buses; 19 Mississauga / North York; 21 Milton trains; 21 Milton / Toronto buses; 24 Cambridge / Milton; 25 Waterloo / Mississauga; 29 Guelph / Mississauga; 30 Kitchener / Brampton; 31 Kitchener trains; 31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto buses; 33 Guelph / Georgetown / North York; 37 Orangeville / Brampton; 38 Bolton / Mississauga / North York; 40 Hamilton / Pearson / Richmond Hill; 45 Mississauga / Highway 407; 45 Mississauga / York U; 46 Oakville / Highway 407; 46 46 Oakville / York U; 47 Hamilton / Highway 407; 47 47 Hamilton / York U; 48 48 Guelph / Highway 407; 48 Guelph / York U; 51 Pickering / Highway 407; 51 Pickering / York U; 52 Oshawa / Highway 407; 52 Oshawa / York U; 54 Markham / Highway 407; 54 Markham / York U; 61 Richmond Hill trains; 65 Barrie trains; 68 Barrie / Newmarket / Aurora; 69 Newmarket / Aurora; 70 Uxbridge / Stouffville / Markham; 71 Stouffville trains; 71 Stouffville / Toronto buses; 88 Peterborough / Oshawa; 90 Lakeshore East buses; 91 Newcastle / Oshawa express; 93 Durham College / UOIT / Scarborough.

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

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Cancelling a route


69 Newmarket / Aurora

Friday, January 4 is the last day that GO operates buses along the route.

Southbound buses no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Newmarket GO Bus Terminal,
  • on Davis Drive West at Yonge Street,
  • on Yonge Street at Millard Avenue West, beside the York Region Administrative Centre, at Eagle Street West and Clearmeadow Boulevard, south of Mulock Drive West, at Sawmill Valley and Joe Pereschini Drives and St. John’s Sideroad West, beside St. Andrew’s College, at Orchard Heights and Aurora Heights Drives and across from Centre Street and
  • in Aurora GO Station bus terminal.

GO buses along the 66 East Gwillimbury / Newmarket / North York express route continue to serve passengers at Newmarket GO Bus Terminal. Buses along the 65 East Gwillimbury / Newmarket / Toronto and 68 Barrie / Newmarket / Aurora route also serve passengers in the bus terminal at Aurora GO Station. GO buses no longer serve passengers at any other southbound stops.

Northbound buses no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • in Aurora GO Station bus terminal,
  • on Yonge Street at Centre and Mark Streets, Valhalla Court and Batson Drive, across from St. Andrew’s College, north of St. John’s Sideroad East, at Savage Road [north and south], north of Mulock Drive and William Roe Boulevard,
  • on Eagle Street West west of Yonge Street, at Peevers Crescent and Millard Avenue West and
  • in Newmarket GO Bus Terminal.

GO buses along the 65 East Gwillimbury / Newmarket / Toronto and 68 Barrie / Newmarket / Aurora route also serve passengers in the bus terminal at Aurora GO Station. Buses along the 66 East Gwillimbury / Newmarket / North York express route continue to serve passengers at Newmarket GO Bus Terminal. GO buses no longer serve passengers at any other southbound stops.

York Region Transit buses drop off or pick up passengers at all these stops. YRT passengers travelling between Newmarket GO Bus Terminal and Yonge Street / Wellington Street in Aurora can board buses along the Viva blue route. Passengers travelling between Yonge Street and Aurora GO Station can board buses along the 33 Wellington route.

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Introducing new branches of routes


40 Hamilton / Pearson / Richmond Hill

Starting Monday, January 7, GO operates a bus on a trip along a new branch of the route.

40B branch

Buses operate between Richmond Hill Centre Terminal and Toronto Pearson International Airport Terminal 1.

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

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

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37 Orangeville / Brampton

Starting Monday, January 7, GO introduces two new branches of the route and operates buses on trips along two new branches of the route.

37A branch

Buses operate between Downtown Brampton Terminal at Orangeville Mall without passing through downtown Orangeville.

37B branch

Buses operate between the Orangeville Park and Ride carpool lot (on Townline across from Mill Street) and Brampton without passing through downtown Orangeville.

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

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

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52 Oshawa / Highway 407

Starting Monday, January 7, GO operates buses on trips along a new branch of the route.

52D branch

Buses operate express - without stopping - between Unionville GO Station bus terminal and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

GO is also revising the path and adjusting the schedules for buses operating along the route.

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

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Cancelling branches of a route


54 Markham / Highway 407

Friday, December 7 was the last day that GO operated buses along two former branches of the route.

54A branch

Buses operated express - without stopping - between Unionville GO Station and York University’s Keele campus.

54B branch

Buses dropped off or picked up passengers between Centennial and Unionville GO Stations, then operated express - without stopping - between Unionville and York University’s Keele campus.

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

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Increasing service along routes and lines


68 Barrie / Newmarket / Aurora

GO says, “Two new northbound Friday only 68C express trips will connect to the 1:20 and 2:20 p.m. train from King City GO Station and stop at Barrie South, Allandale and Barrie Bus Terminal. This means your trip will be 30 minutes faster!”

However, these trips do not yet appear on the latest schedules or the Triplinx schedules, so we will update this post with more information when it becomes available.

15 Brantford / Burlington

15A branch

GO is operating buses on new westbound Monday-to-Friday trips along the branch.

Starting Monday, January 7, the buses leave Aldershot GO Station at 5:26 and 8:29 p.m. They end their trips in McMaster University GO Bus Terminal at 5:46 and 8:44 p.m.


Holiday service ends and regular service resumes.

Starting Friday, January 11, GO again operates the eastbound buses that leave Downtown Brantford Terminal at 11:51 a.m. and 1:38 p.m. Fridays. The buses arrive in McMaster GO Bus Terminal at 12:23 and 2:26 p.m. They end their trips in Aldershot GO Station bus terminal at 12:46 and 2:43 p.m.

Since Friday, December 8, GO has only operated the McMaster-to-Aldershot leg of the trips, with buses leaving “Mac” at their usual times. By resuming service west of McMaster, GO operates the buses along the main 15 branch of the route, instead of the 15A branch.


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

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

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93 Durham College / UOIT / Scarborough

Service resumes Monday, January 7.

GO is also operating a bus on a new eastbound trip along the route. It leaves Scarborough Centre GO Bus Terminal at 9:45 a.m. It ends its trip on the North Oshawa campuses of Durham College and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) at 10:20 a.m.

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

31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto

31H branch

Starting Monday, January 7, GO operates buses on new eastbound trips along the branch. The buses leave Downtown Brampton Terminal at 10:35 and 11:35 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. They end their trips in Union Station GO Bus Terminal at 11:30 p.m. Mondays to Fridays and 12:30 a.m. Tuesdays to Saturdays.

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

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33 Guelph / Georgetown / North York

33 branch

Starting Monday, January 7, GO operates a bus along a new eastbound trip along the branch. The bus leaves the University Centre Terminal on the University of Guelph campus at 4:42 a.m. Mondays to Fridays. It ends its trip in York Mills GO Bus Terminal at 7:05 a.m.

GO is cancelling the eastbound bus that usually leaves the campus at 4:35 a.m. Instead, the bus starts its trip in Downtown Brampton Terminal at 6 a.m. and continues with its regular schedule to York Mills. It ends its trip in York Mills at 6:55 a.m.

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

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

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48 Guelph / Highway 407

GO says it’s adding new trips “to extend service hours and provide more travel options”. Starting Sunday, January 6, it’s operating buses on two new trips Sundays. Starting Monday, January 7, it adds five new Monday-to-Friday trips.

Also, holiday service ends and regular service resumes. Buses again operate on many trips that GO temporarily cancelled in December for passengers travelling to and from the University of Guelph and York University’s Keele campus.

GO is also shortening the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Since GO is extensively adjusting its schedules to accommodate these various events, detailing new service is difficult.

Instead, here’s a rough guide to service that GO offers along each of the branches of the route.

48 branch

  • Mondays to Fridays: 19 eastbound trips and 23 westbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between the University Centre terminal on the University of Guelph campus and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

48A branch

  • Mondays to Thursdays: four eastbound trips and four westbound trips.
  • Fridays: five eastbound trips and four **westbound trips.

Buses operate express - without stopping - between Meadowvale GO Station bus terminal and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

48B branch

  • Mondays to Fridays: 16 eastbound trips and 14 westbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between Meadowvale GO Station bus terminal and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

48F branch

  • Sundays: four eastbound trips and four westbound trips
  • Fridays: five eastbound trips and 14 westbound trips.

Buses operate express between the University Centre Terminal on the University of Guelph campus and Highway 407 Station bus terminal, stopping only in Bramalea GO Station bus terminal.

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

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29 Guelph / Mississauga

GO operates a bus on a new westbound trip along the route.

Starting Monday, January 7, the bus leaves Square One GO Bus Terminal at 8:50 a.m. It ends its trip in Guelph Central GO Station bus terminal at 10:10 a.m.


Also, holiday service ends and regular service resumes. Buses again operate on many trips that GO temporarily cancelled in December for passengers travelling to and from the University of Guelph and Sheridan College’s Hazel McCallion campus.

Starting Monday, January 7, it again operates the eastbound buses that leave Guelph Central GO Station bus terminal at 2:35, 3:35, 4:40 and 5:35 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. The buses end their trips in Square One GO Bus Terminal at 4:05, 5:05, 6:05 and 7:05 p.m.

It also again operates the westbound buses that usually leave Square One at 7:50 a.m. and 12:50, 1:50, 2:50 and 3:50 p.m. The buses usually end their trips in Guelph at 9:10 a.m. and 2:10, 3:10, 4:10 and 5:15 p.m.

Starting Friday, December 8, GO again operates the eastbound buses that leave Guelph Central Station bus terminal at 12:45 and 1:40 p.m. Fridays. The buses endtheir trips in Square One GO Bus Terminal at 2:05 and 3:05 p.m.

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

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47 Hamilton / Highway 407

GO says it’s adding new trips “to extend service hours and provide more travel options”. Starting Saturday, January 5, it’s operating buses on 12 new trips Saturdays and Sundays. Starting Monday, January 7, it adds 15 new Monday-to-Friday trips.

Also, holiday service ends and regular service resumes. Buses again operate on many trips that GO temporarily cancelled in December for passengers travelling to and from McMaster University, Sheridan College’s Hazel McCallion campus and York University’s Keele campus.

GO is also shortening the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Since GO is extensively adjusting its schedules to accommodate these various events, detailing new service is difficult.

Instead, here’s a rough guide to service that GO offers along each of the branches of the route.

47 branch

  • Saturdays and Sundays: 38 eastbound trips and 38 westbound trips.
  • Mondays to Fridays: 38 eastbound trips and 42 westbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between Hamilton GO Centre and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

47A branch

  • Mondays to Fridays: six eastbound trips.

Buses operate express between McMaster University GO Bus Terminal and Bramalea GO Station bus terminal, stopping only in Square One GO Bus Terminal.

47B branch

  • Mondays to Thursdays: 17 eastbound trips and 19 westbound trips.
  • Fridays: 23 eastbound trips and 19 westbound trips.

Buses operate express - without stopping — between McMaster University and Square One GO bus terminals.

47C branch

  • Mondays to Thursdays: nine eastbound trips and 13 westbound trips.
  • Fridays: 12 eastbound trips and 12 westbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between Hamilton GO Centre and Erin Mills Transitway Station.

47F branch

  • Sundays: four eastbound trips and four westbound trips.
  • Mondays to Thursdays: four eastbound trips and five westbound trips.
  • Fridays: 17 eastbound trips and five westbound trips.

Buses operate express between McMaster University GO Bus Terminal and Highway 407 Station bus terminal, stopping only in Bramalea GO Station bus terminal.

47H branch

  • Mondays to Thursdays: three eastbound trips and eight westbound trips.
  • Fridays: ten eastbound trips and eight westbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between McMaster University GO Bus Terminal and the Bronte Road / Highway 407 Park and Ride carpool lot.

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

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40 Hamilton / Pearson / Richmond Hill

40 branch

GO is operating buses on 10 new trips along the branch weekends, so that buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops along the route:

  • every 30 minutes, instead of every hour, from about 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

Starting Saturday, January 5, eastbound buses leave Hamilton GO Centre at 9:45 a.m. and every 30 minutes until 6:45 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. They arrive in Pearson’s Terminal 1 at 10:12 a.m. and every 30 minutes until 7:42 p.m. They end their trips in Richmond Hill Centre Terminal at 11:20 a.m. and every 30 minutes until 8:20 p.m.

Westbound buses leave Richmond Hill at 9:05 a.m. and every 30 minutes until 7:05 p.m. The arrive in Terminal 1 at 9:35 a.m. and every 30 minutes until 7:35 p.m. They end their trips in Hamilton at 10:50 a.m. and every 30 minutes until 8:50 p.m.

Starting Monday, January 7, GO operates a bus on a new eastbound trip along the branch. The bus leaves Hamilton at 5:50 a.m. It arrives in Terminal 1 at 6:50 a.m. It ends its trip in Richmond Hill at 7:25 a.m.

40A branch

Starting Monday, January 7, GO operates a bus on a new westbound trip along the branch. The bus leaves Square One GO Bus Terminal at 5:25 p.m. It ends its trip in Hamilton at 6:15 p.m.

40B branch

Starting Monday, January 7, GO operates a bus on a westbound trip along the new branch. The bus leaves Richmond Hill at 6:55 a.m. It ends its trip in Terminal 1 at 7:20 a.m.

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

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

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31 Kitchener trains

GO is extending some train trips to provide more Monday-to-Friday morning and evening service between Kitchener and Georgetown, more morning train service from Mount Pleasant and Brampton GO stations and more afternoon service for passengers travelling to Bloor, Weston, Etobicoke North and Malton GO stations.

Starting Monday, January 7, the eastbound train that usually starts its trip in Bramalea GO Station at 5:54 a.m. starts, instead, in Mount Pleasant GO Station at 5:38 a.m. It drops off or picks up passengers at all stations and at the usual time in stations east of Bramalea. It ends its trip in Union Station at 6:32 a.m.

The eastbound train that usually starts its trip in Mount Pleasant at 5:56 a.m. starts, instead, in Georgetown GO Station at 5:47 a.m. It drops off or picks up passengers in all stations and at the usual time in stations east of Mount Pleasant. It ends its trip in Union at 6:50 a.m.

The eastbound train that usually starts its trip in Georgetown at 6:48 a.m. starts, instead, in Kitchener GO Station at 5:40 a.m. It drops off or picks up passengers in all stations and earlier than usually in stations east of Georgetown. It ends its trip in Union at 7:43 a.m.

The westbound train that usually leaves Union Station at 3:35 p.m. Mondays to Fridays continues to Kitchener, instead of ending its trip in Georgetown GO Station. It arrives in Acton GO Station at 4:56 p.m. and Guelph Central GO Station at 5:11 p.m. It ends its trip in Kitchener GO Station at 5:43 p.m.

The westbound train that usually leaves Union Station at 4:50 p.m. leaves, instead, 15 minutes earlier at 4:35 p.m. It no longer operates express - without stopping - between Union and Bramalea Station. It also ends its trip in Georgetown GO Station, instead of continuing to Kitchener. The train stops in Bloor GO Station at 4:45 a.m., Weston GO Station at 4:54 p.m., Etobicoke North GO Station at 5:51 p.m. and Malton GO Station at 5:08 p.m. It ends its trip in Georgetown at 5:43 p.m.

(Passengers who used to board this train for travelling to Acton, Guelph and Kitchener can now board the westbound train that leaves Union at 5:03 p.m.)

The westbound train that usually leaves Union at 5:03 p.m. continues to Kitchener, instead of ending its trip in Mount Pleasant. It arrives in Georgetown at 6:10 p.m., Acton at 6:24 p.m., Guelph at 6:39 p.m. and ends its trip in Kitchener at 7:11 p.m.

Since GO expects that passengers travelling to Kitchener will ride trains, it’s cancelling one westbound bus trip along the 30 Kitchener / Bramalea route.

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

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

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90 Lakeshore East buses

90A branch

GO is revising the path for buses operating along the branch to include a new stop at the First Avenue / Front Street Park and Ride carpool lot in central Oshawa.

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

  • on King Avenue East Newcastle east of Beaver Street North,
  • on King Avenue West at North and Pedwell Streets and Rudell Road,
  • in the Newcastle Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on Regional Highway 2 east of Brownview Road, at Darlington - Clark Townline, at Bragg Road, across from Bennett Road and at Lambs Road,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville at Mearns Avenue and west of Galbraith Court.
  • in the First Avenue / Front Street Park and Ride carpool lot.

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

  • in the First Avenue / Front Street Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville across from Galbraith Court and Mearns Avenue,
  • on Regional Highway 2 at Lambs, Bennet and Rickard Road, Darlington - Clark Townline and Kurve Inn Road,
  • in the Newcastle Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on King Avenue West Newcastle at Massey Drive and Baldwin Street and
  • on King Avenue West east of Beaver Street South.

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

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

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01 Lakeshore West trains

GO is introducing year-round Monday-to-Friday train service between Niagara Falls and Toronto**. One train operates in each direction.

Starting Monday, January 7, the Toronto-bound train leaves Niagara Falls VIA Rail Station at 5:24 a.m. Mondays to Fridays. That train arrives in the St. Catharines VIA Rail Station at 5:41 a.m. and West Harbour GO Station in Hamilton at 6:39 a.m. It ends its trip in Union Station at 7:50 a.m. (This train usually starts from West Harbour at 6:39 a.m.)

The Niagara-bound train leaves Union Station at 5:15 p.m. (This train usually ends its trip at West Harbour at 6:27 p.m.) The train arrives in St. Catharines at 7:22 p.m. and ends its trip in Niagara Falls at 7:47 p.m.

When using a PRESTO farecard, passengers travelling by train between Niagara Falls and Union Station pay $19.80. Without PRESTO, the train fare between Niagara Falls and Union Station is $22.30.

GO is also adjusting the schedules and making another change to service along the line.

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

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54 Markham / Highway 407

GO says it’s adding new trips to “extend service hours and provide more travel options”. Starting Monday, January 7, it adds four new Monday-to-Friday trips.

Also, holiday service ends and regular service resumes. Buses again operate on many trips that GO temporarily cancelled in December for passengers travelling to and from Centennial College’s Morningside and Progress campuses, the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus and York University’s Keele campus.

GO is also revising the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Since GO is extensively adjusting its schedules to accommodate these various events, detailing new service is difficult.

Instead, here’s a rough guide to service that GO offers along each of the branches of the route.

54 branch

  • Mondays to Fridays: 34 westbound trips and 34 eastbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between Mount Joy GO Station bus terminal and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

54C branch

  • Mondays to Fridays: six westbound trips and six eastbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between Mount Joy and Markham GO Stations, then operate express - without stopping - between Markham GO and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

GO is also cancelling branches of the route.

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

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21 Milton / Toronto buses

21C branch

Holiday service ends and regular service resumes.

Starting Monday, January 7, GO again operates the eastbound bus that usually leaves Meadowvale GO Station at 10:15 a.m. Mondays to Fridays. The bus operates express - without stopping - between Meadowvale and Union Station GO Bus Terminal. It ends its trip at 11:05 a.m.

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

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45 Mississauga / Highway 407

GO says it’s adding new trips “to extend service hours and provide more travel options”. Starting Monday, January 7, it adds two new Monday-to-Friday trips.

Also, holiday service ends and regular service resumes. Buses again operate on many trips that GO temporarily cancelled in December for passengers travelling to and from Sheridan College’s Hazel McCallion campus and York University’s Keele campus.

GO is also shortening the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Since GO is extensively adjusting its schedules to accommodate these various events, detailing new service is difficult.

Instead, here’s a rough guide to service that GO offers along each of the branches of the route.

45 branch

  • Mondays to Thursdays: 27 eastbound trips and 32 westbound trips.
  • Fridays: 19 eastbound trips and 24 westbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between Streetsville GO Station bus terminal and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

45A branch

  • Mondays to Thursdays: 20 eastbound trips and 16 westbound trips.
  • Fridays: 17 eastbound trips and ten westbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers only at Square One GO Bus Terminal and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

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19 Mississauga / North York

19C branch

Starting Monday, January 7, GO operates a bus on a new westbound trip along the branch. The bus leaves Finch GO Bus Terminal at 4 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. The bus drops off or picks up passengers at local stops on Yonge Street between Finch and Sheppard Avenues West, then operates express - without stopping - to Square One GO Bus Terminal. It ends its trip in Square One terminal at 4:50 p.m.


Holiday service ends and regular service resumes.

Starting Monday, January 7, GO again operates the westbound bus that leaves Finch GO Bus Terminal at 5 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. It ends its trip in Square One terminal at 6 p.m.

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

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91 Newcastle / Oshawa express

GO is operating buses on new trips in both directions along the route.

Starting Monday, January 7, the westbound buses leave King Avenue East east of Beaver Street in Newcastle at 5:03 and 7:03 a.m. They end their trips in Oshawa GO Station bus terminal at 5:48 and 7:48 a.m.

The eastbound bus leaves Oshawa at 4:54 p.m. It ends its trip in Newcastle at 5:44 p.m.

GO is revising the path for buses operating along the route so that buses stop at the Courtice Park and Ride carpool lot.

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

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

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46 Oakville / Highway 407

GO says it’s adding new trips “to extend service hours and provide more travel options”. Starting Monday, January 7, it adds four new Monday-to-Friday trips.

Also, holiday service ends and regular service resumes. Buses again operate on many trips that GO temporarily cancelled in December for passengers travelling to and from Sheridan College’s Trafalgar and Hazel McCallion campuses and York University’s Keele campus.

GO is also shortening the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Since GO is extensively adjusting its schedules to accommodate these various events, detailing new service is difficult.

Instead, here’s a rough guide to service that GO offers along each of the branches of the route.

46 branch

  • Mondays to Fridays: 36 eastbound trips and 39 westbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between Oakville GO Station bus terminal and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

46A branch

  • Mondays to Fridays: One eastbound trips and two westbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between Sheridan College’s Trafalgar campus and Square One GO Bus Terminal.

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

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37 Orangeville / Brampton

37A branch

GO operates buses on two northbound trips along the new branch.

Starting Monday, January 7, the buses leave Downtown Brampton Terminal at 5:50 and 6:50 a.m. Mondays to Fridays. They end their trips at Orangeville Mall at 6:35 and 7:35 a.m.

37B branch

GO operates buses on four southbound trips along the new branch.

Starting Monday, January 7, the buses leave the Orangeville Park and Ride carpool lot at 5:50, 6:55, 8:10 and 9:20 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. They end their trips in Brampton at 6:40, 7:40, 8:44 and 10 p.m.

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

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

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52 Oshawa / Highway 407

GO says it’s adding new trips “to extend service hours and provide more travel options”. Starting Saturday, January 5, it’s operating buses on 12 new trips Saturdays and Sundays. Starting Monday, January 7, it adds 15 new Monday-to-Friday trips. Some of those trips are along the new 52D branch of the route.

Also, holiday service ends and regular service resumes. Buses again operate on many trips that GO temporarily cancelled in December for passengers travelling to and from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) Downtown and North Oshawa campuses, Durham College’s Oshawa campus and York University’s Keele campus.

GO is also revising the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Since GO is extensively adjusting its schedules to accommodate these various events, detailing new service is difficult.

Instead, here’s a rough guide to service that GO offers along each of the branches of the route.

52 branch

  • Saturdays and Sundays: 19 westbound and 19 eastbound trips.
  • Mondays to Fridays: 33 westbound trips and 33 eastbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between Downtown Oshawa Bus Terminal and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

52A branch

  • Mondays to Fridays: one eastbound trip.

Buses operate express - without stopping - between Unionville GO Station bus terminal and the North Oshawa campuses of UOIT and Durham College.

52B branch

  • Mondays to Fridays: one westbound trip.

Buses operate express between the North Oshawa campuses of UOIT and Durham College and Highway 407 Station bus terminal, stopping only in Richmond Hill Centre Terminal.

52D branch (new branch)[#go52introbr)

  • Mondays to Fridays: four westbound and five eastbound trips.

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

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88 Peterborough / Oshawa

Holiday service ends and regular service resumes. Buses again operate on many trips that GO temporarily cancelled in December for passengers travelling to and from the Trent University’s Symons campus.

Starting Friday, January 11, it again operate the southbound buses that leave Peter Gzowski College on the Trent campus at 1:19, 3:20 and 7:22 p.m. Fridays. The buses end their trips in Oshawa GO Station bus terminal at 2:49, 4:54 and 8:52 p.m.

It also again operates the northbound buses that leave Oshawa at 12:26, 3:28 and 4:48 p.m. Fridays. The buses end their trips on the Trent campus at 2:21, 5:03 and 6:23 p.m.)

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

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51 Pickering / Highway 407

GO says it’s adding new trips “to extend service hours and provide more travel options”. Starting Monday, January 7, it adds four new Monday-to-Friday trips.

Also, holiday service ends and regular service resumes. Buses again operate on many trips that GO temporarily cancelled in December for passengers travelling to and from Centennial College’s Morningside and Progress campuses, the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus and York University’s Keele campus.

GO is also revising the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Since GO is extensively adjusting its schedules to accommodate these various events, detailing new service is difficult.

Instead, here’s a rough guide to service that GO offers along each of the branches of the route.

51 branch

  • Mondays to Fridays: 36 westbound trips and 37 eastbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between Pickering GO Station bus terminal and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

51A branch

  • Mondays to Thursdays: seven westbound trips and four eastbound trips.
  • Fridays: three westbound trips and four eastbound trips.

Buses operate express - without stopping - between Scarborough Centre GO Bus Terminal and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

51B branch

  • Mondays to Fridays: ten westbound trips and six eastbound trips.

Buses operate express between Pickering GO Station bus terminal and Highway 407 Station bus terminal, stopping only in the Brock Road / Highway 407 Park and Ride carpool lot.

51C branch

  • Mondays to Thursdays: seven westbound trips and six eastbound trips.
  • Fridays: seven westbound trips and four eastbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus and Centennial College’s Progress campus, then operate express - without stopping - between Centennial and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

51D branch

  • Mondays to Fridays: one eastbound trip.

Buses operate express - without stopping - between Richmond Hill Centre Terminal and Centennial College’s Progress campus, then drop off or pick up passengers at all stops between Centennial and Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

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

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71 Stouffville / Toronto buses

Since GO is temporarily cancelling train service along the 71 Stouffville line Monday-to-Friday evenings, it’s operating more buses along the route, starting Monday, January 7.

71 branch

Temporary southbound buses leave Railway Street across from Albert Street in Uxbridge at 7:45, 8:50 and 9:50 p.m. The buses drop off or pick up passengers at all bus stops to Unionville GO Station, then operate express - without stopping — to Union Station GO Bus Terminal. They end their trips in Union terminal at 9:15, 10:15 and 11:15 p.m.

71A branch

Temporary northbound buses leave Union at 8:45, 9:50, and 10:50 p.m. They operate express to to Main Street North Markham south of Ramona Boulevard (across from Markham GO Station), then serve passengers at all stops. They end their trips in Uxbridge at 10:05 and 11:05 p.m. Mondays to Fridays and 12:05 a.m. Tuesdays to Saturdays.

71C branch

Temporary southbound buses leave Lincolnville GO Station at 8:40, 9:40 and 10:40 p.m. They serve passengers at all stops to Unionville GO Station, then operate express to Union. They end their trips in Union terminal at 9:45, 10:45 and 11:45 p.m.

71D branch

Temporary northbound buses leave Union terminal at 9:05, 9:25 and 10:40 p.m. They operate express to Markham GO Station. They then serve passengers at all stops to Lincolnville, ending their trips at 10:05, 10:25 and 11:32 p.m.

71F branch

Temporary northbound buses leave Union at 8:30, 8:50, 9:10, 9:30, 9:50, 10:10 and 10:40 p.m. They operate express to Unionville GO then serve passengers at all stops to Centennial GO Station. They end their trips at 9:15, 9:35, 9:50, 10:19, 10:25, 10:45 and 11:15 p.m.

Board buses at platforms 46 and 47 in Union Station GO Bus Terminal. PRESTO fare-card users can tap on at the bus for their trip.

If you’re heading to Kennedy, Agincourt or Milliken GO stations, use your GO fare aboard TTC vehicles.

GO is also revising service along the 70 Uxbridge / Stouffville / Markham route during the track-construction project.

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

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25 Waterloo / Mississauga

GO says it’s adding new trips to ease crowding and provide more travel options”. Starting Saturday, January 5, it adds ten new Saturday trips. Starting Sunday, January 6 it adds nine new Sunday trips. Starting Monday, January 7, it adds one new Monday-to-Friday trips and two new Monday trips. And, starting Friday, January 11, it adds one new Friday trips.

Also, holiday service ends and regular service resumes. Buses again operate on many trips that GO temporarily cancelled in December for passengers travelling to and from the University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University’s Waterloo campus, Sheridan College’s Hazel McCallion campus and York University’s Keele campus.

GO is also shortening the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Since GO is extensively adjusting its schedules to accommodate these various events, detailing new service is difficult.

Instead, here’s a rough guide to service that GO offers along each of the branches of the route.

25 branch

  • Saturdays and Sundays: 19 eastbound and 19 westbound trips.

  • Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays: 18 eastbound and 19 westbound trips.

  • Thursdays: 20 eastbound and 20 westbound trips.
  • Fridays: 22 eastbound and 19 westbound trips.

Buses serve passengers at all stops between the William G. Davis Computer Sciences Centre on the University of Waterloo campus and Square One GO Bus Terminal.

25B branch

  • Thursdays: two eastbound trips.
  • Fridays: 15 eastbound trips.

Buses operate express - without stopping - between the University of Waterloo and Square One.

25C branch

  • Saturdays: 14 eastbound trips and 14 westbound trips.
  • Sundays: 12 eastbound trips and 20 westbound trips.
  • Mondays: three eastbound and five westbound trips.
  • Tuesdays and Wednesdays: three eastbound and three westbound trips.
  • Thursdays: 12 eastbound and ten westbound trips.
  • Fridays: 15 eastbound and ten westbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University, then operate express to Square One.

25F branch

  • Sundays: 11 eastbound trips and 11 westbound trips.
  • Fridays: 18 eastbound trips and seven westbound trips.

Buses drop off or pick up passengers at the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University, then operate express to Highway 407 Station.

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

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Decreasing service along routes and lines


33 Guelph / Georgetown / North York

33 branch

Friday, January 4 is the last day that GO operates the eastbound bus that usually leaves the University Centre Terminal on the University of Guelph campus at 4:35 a.m. Mondays to Fridays.

Passengers travelling to and from stops between Guelph and Brampton can board the new eastbound bus that leaves the campus at 4:42 a.m.

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

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

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47 Hamilton / Highway 407

Starting Sunday, January 6, GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

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

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

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30 Kitchener / Brampton express

Since GO is increasing train service to Kitchener GO Station, it expects that most passengers will ride trains instead of buses.

Friday, January 4 is the last day that GO operates the westbound bus that usually leaves Bramalea GO Station at 4:26 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. (The bus usually ends its trip in Kitchener at 5:46 p.m.)

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

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48 Guelph / Highway 407

Starting Sunday, January 6, GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

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

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

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90 Lakeshore East buses

90A branch

GO is revising the path for buses operating along the branch to include a new stop at the First Avenue / Front Street Park and Ride carpool lot in central Oshawa.

Westbound buses along the 90A branch no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Bowmanville Boulevard (Regional Road 57) at Baseline Road West,
  • on King Street West Bowmanville (eastbound) at Scugog Street,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville (eastbound) east of Division Street, at Ontario Street and at Liberty Street South,
  • on Prince Street east of Liberty Street South,
  • on Simpson Avenue at King Street East,
  • on Bond Street East Oshawa east of Ritson Road North and at Mary and Simcoe Streets North,
  • on Bond Street West at Centre Street North and east of Park Road North,
  • on Stevenson Road North at King Street West and
  • on Stevenson Road South at Cartier Avenue, Gibb Street and Laval Drive.

Eastbound buses along the 90A branch no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Stevenson Road South Oshawa at Laval Drive and Gibb Street and across from Cartier Avenue,
  • on King Street West east of Stevenson Road South, across from Warren Street and east of Centre Street South,
  • on King Street East east of Simcoe and Mary Streets South and at Drew Street,
  • on Prince Street east of Liberty Street South,
  • on Simpson Avenue at King Street East,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville east of Liberty Street South and George Street and
  • on Bowmanville Avenue (Regional Road 57) at Baseline Road West.

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

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

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54 Markham / Highway 407

Starting Monday, January 7 GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

GO is also cancelling branches of the route, increasing service along the route and adjusting the schedules for buses operating along the route.

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

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45 Mississauga / Highway 407

Starting Monday, January 7, GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

The TTC is also increasing service along the route and adjusting the schedules for buses operating along the route.

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

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46 Oakville / Highway 407

Starting Monday, January 7 GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

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

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

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37 Orangeville / Brampton

Friday, January 4 is the last day this year that GO operates the southbound bus that usually leaves Orangeville Mall at 7:35 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. The bus ends its trip in Downtown Brampton Terminal at 8:25 p.m.

Starting Monday, January 7, GO is providing later southbound service from the Orangeville Park and Ride carpool lot to replace this trip along the route.

GO is also introducing two new branches of the route and adjusting the schedules for buses operating along the route.

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

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52 Oshawa / Highway 407

Starting Monday, January 7 GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

GO is also introducing a new branch and increasing service along the route and adjusting the schedules for buses operating along the route.

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

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51 Pickering / Highway 407

Starting Monday, January 7 GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

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

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

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71 Stouffville trains

Since Friday, October 26, GO Transit buses have replaced trains between Union Station and Unionville GO Stations evenings. Metrolinx crews continue upgrading the tracks evenings and weekends to improve service along the line.

Monday, January 7, GO is starts bus service even earlier. Buses start heading northward at 8:30 p.m., instead of 9:40 p.m. The last northbound Stouffville line train from Union Station leaves at 8 p.m. The last southbound train from Unionville GO Station leaves at 3:45 p.m.

GO is temporarily cancelling the southbound trains that usually leave Unionville GO Station at 9:01, 10:11 and 11:01 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. (The trains usually end their trips in Union Station at 9:42, 10:52 and 11:42 p.m.)

It’s also temporarily cancelling the northbound trains that usually leave Union at 8:30, 9:40 and 10:30 p.m. (The 8:30 and 9:40 p.m. trains usually end their trips in Unionville at 9:09 and 10:19 p.m. The 10:30 p.m. train usually ends its trip in Lincolnville GO Station at 11:43 p.m.)

GO is operating more buses along the 71 Stouffville / Toronto route to replace the trains. It’s also revising service along the 70 Uxbridge / Stouffville / Markham route.

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

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70 Uxbridge / Stouffville / Markham

Since GO is temporarily cancelling train service along the 71 Stouffville line Monday-to-Friday evenings, it’s operating more buses along the 71 Stouffville / Toronto route, starting Monday, January 7. And, in turn, since it’s operating more bus trips along route 71, it’s cancelling some service along this route, with express buses to and from Union Station GO Bus Terminal replacing many of those trips.

70 branch

Friday, January 4 is the last day (for now) that GO operates the southbound buses that usually leave Railway Street across from Albert Street in Uxbridge at 7:46, 8:56 and 9:46 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. (The buses usually end their trips in Unionville GO Station bus terminal at 8:46, 9:56 and 10:46 p.m.)

And, it’s the last day it operates the northbound buses that usually leave Unionville at 9:17 and 10:27 p.m. (The buses usually end their trips in Uxbridge at 10:17 and 11:27 p.m.)

70B branch

Friday, January 4 is the last day (for now) that GO operates the northbound bus that usually leaves Lincolnville GO Station bus terminal at 11:51 Mondays to Fridays. (The bus usually ended its trip in Uxbridge at 12:06 a.m. Tuesdays to Saturdays.)

70E branch

Friday, January 4 is the last day (for now) that GO operates the northbound buses that usually leaves Unionville at 9:12 and 10:22 p.m. (The buses usually end their trips in Lincolnville at 9:32 and 10:42 p.m.)

Passengers travelling between Unionville and Mount Joy GO stations may also reach their destinations aboard buses along the 54 Markham / Highway 407 route.

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

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25 Waterloo / Mississauga

25F branch

Starting Sunday, January 6, GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

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


48 Guelph / Highway 407

Starting Sunday, January 6, GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Passengers travelling to and from the campus no longer enjoy a direct ride and must pay an extra fare when boarding the TTC’s Line 1 Yonge - University subway to travel between Highway 407 and York University stations. On the other hand, passengers may also benefit by being able to connect with subway service to and from downtown Toronto.

48 and 48B branches

Eastbound buses operate along their usual route to Highway 407 Station bus terminal, ending their trips.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

Westbound buses start their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, then proceed:

along their regular route northward along Jane Street.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

48A and 48F branches

Eastbound buses operate along their usual route to Highway 407 and Jane Street, then proceed:

southward along Jane; and then
westward into Highway 407 Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

Instead, eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at a new stop

  • in Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

Westbound buses start their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, then proceed:

northward along Jane Street to Highway 407,
resuming their regular route westward along Highway 407.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

Instead, eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at a new stop

  • in Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

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

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

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47 Hamilton / Highway 407

Starting Sunday, January 6, GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Passengers travelling to and from the campus no longer enjoy a direct ride and must pay an extra fare when boarding the TTC’s Line 1 Yonge - University subway to travel between Highway 407 and York University stations. On the other hand, passengers may also benefit by being able to connect with subway service to and from downtown Toronto.

47 branch

Eastbound buses operate along their usual route to Highway 407 Station bus terminal, ending their trips.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

Westbound buses start their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, then proceed:

along their regular route northward along Jane Street.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

47F branch

Eastbound buses operate along their usual route to Highway 407 and Jane Street, then proceed:

southward along Jane; and then
westward into Highway 407 Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

Instead, eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at a new stop

  • in Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

Westbound buses start their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, then proceed:

northward along Jane Street to Highway 407,
resuming their regular route westward along Highway 407.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

Instead, eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at a new stop

  • in Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

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

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

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90 Lakeshore East buses

90A branch

GO is revising the path for buses operating along the branch to include a new stop at the First Avenue / Front Street Park and Ride carpool lot in central Oshawa.

Starting Monday, January 7, westbound buses start their trips on King Avenue East east of Beaver Street in Newcastle, then proceed:

westward along King Avenues East and West Newcastle, Regional Highway 2 and King Streets East and West Bowmanville;
southward along Clarington Boulevard;
eastward along Prince William Boulevard;
southward into Bowmanville Park and Ride carpool lot;
westward along Prince William;
northward along Clarington;
westward along Regional Highway 2 / King Street East / Bond Street East;
southward along Ritson Roads North and South;
westward along First Avenue to the new carpool lot, then continuing
westward along First;
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 branch)

  • on King Avenue East Newcastle east of Beaver Street North,
  • on King Avenue West at North and Pedwell Streets and Rudell Road,
  • in the Newcastle Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on Regional Highway 2 east of Brownview Road, at Darlington - Clark Townline, at Bragg Road, across from Bennett Road and at Lambs Road,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville at Mearns Avenue and west of Galbraith Court.
  • in the First Avenue / Front Street Park and Ride carpool lot.

Westbound buses along the 90A branch no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Bowmanville Boulevard (Regional Road 57) at Baseline Road West,
  • on King Street West Bowmanville (eastbound) at Scugog Street,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville (eastbound) east of Division Street, at Ontario Street and at Liberty Street South,
  • on Prince Street east of Liberty Street South,
  • on Simpson Avenue at King Street East,
  • on Bond Street East Oshawa east of Ritson Road North and at Mary and Simcoe Streets North,
  • on Bond Street West at Centre Street North and east of Park Road North,
  • on Stevenson Road North at King Street West and
  • on Stevenson Road South at Cartier Avenue, Gibb Street and Laval Drive.

Eastbound buses reverse the eastbound routing.

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

  • in the First Avenue / Front Street Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville across from Galbraith Court and Mearns Avenue,
  • on Regional Highway 2 at Lambs, Bennet and Rickard Road, Darlington - Clark Townline and Kurve Inn Road,
  • in the Newcastle Park and Ride carpool lot,
  • on King Avenue West Newcastle at Massey Drive and Baldwin Street and
  • on King Avenue West east of Beaver Street South.

Eastbound buses along the 90A branch no longer drop off or pick up passengers at stops

  • on Stevenson Road South Oshawa at Laval Drive and Gibb Street and across from Cartier Avenue,
  • on King Street West east of Stevenson Road South, across from Warren Street and east of Centre Street South,
  • on King Street East east of Simcoe and Mary Streets South and at Drew Street,
  • on Prince Street east of Liberty Street South,
  • on Simpson Avenue at King Street East,
  • on King Street East Bowmanville east of Liberty Street South and George Street and
  • on Bowmanville Avenue (Regional Road 57) at Baseline Road West.

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

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

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54 Markham / Highway 407

Starting Monday, January 7, GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Passengers travelling to and from the campus no longer enjoy a direct ride and must pay an extra fare when boarding the TTC’s Line 1 Yonge - University subway to travel between Highway 407 and York University stations. On the other hand, passengers may also benefit by being able to connect with subway service to and from downtown Toronto.

Westbound buses operate along their usual route to Highway 407 and Keele Street, then proceed:

westward along Highway 407;
southward along Jane Street; and then
westward into Highway 407 Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

Eastbound buses start their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, then proceed:

northward along Jane Street;
eastward along Highway 407 to Keele Street,
resuming their usual route eastward along Highway 407.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

GO is also cancelling branches of the route, increasing service along the route and adjusting the schedules for buses operating along the route.

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

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45 Mississauga / Highway 407

Starting Monday, January 7, GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Passengers travelling to and from the campus no longer enjoy a direct ride and must pay an extra fare when boarding the TTC’s Line 1 Yonge - University subway to travel between Highway 407 and York University stations. On the other hand, passengers may also benefit by being able to connect with subway service to and from downtown Toronto.

Eastbound buses operate along their usual route to Highway 407 and Jane Street, then proceed:

southward along Jane; and then
westward into Highway 407 Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

Instead, eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at a new stop

  • in Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

Westbound buses start their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, then proceed:

northward along Jane Street to Highway 407,
resuming their regular route westward along Highway 407.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

Instead, eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at a new stop

  • in Highway 407 Station bus terminal.

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

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

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91 Newcastle / Oshawa express

GO is revising the path to include a new stop at the Courtice Park and Ride carpool lot.

Starting Monday, January 7, buses operate along their usual route to Highway 401 and Courtice Road, then proceed:

northward along Courtice;
westward into the carpool lot; and then
southward along Courtice to Highway 401,
resuming their usual route west- or eastward along Highway 401.

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

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

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46 Oakville / Highway 407

Starting Monday, January 7, GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Passengers travelling to and from the campus no longer enjoy a direct ride and must pay an extra fare when boarding the TTC’s Line 1 Yonge - University subway to travel between Highway 407 and York University stations. On the other hand, passengers may also benefit by being able to connect with subway service to and from downtown Toronto.

Eastbound buses operate along their usual route to Highway 407 Station bus terminal, ending their trips.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

Westbound buses start their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, then proceed:

along their regular route northward along Jane Street.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

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

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

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52 Oshawa / Highway 407

Starting Monday, January 7, GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Passengers travelling to and from the campus no longer enjoy a direct ride and must pay an extra fare when boarding the TTC’s Line 1 Yonge - University subway to travel between Highway 407 and York University stations. On the other hand, passengers may also benefit by being able to connect with subway service to and from downtown Toronto.

Westbound buses operate along their usual route to Highway 407 and Keele Street, then proceed:

westward along Highway 407;
southward along Jane Street; and then
westward into Highway 407 Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

Eastbound buses start their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, then proceed:

northward along Jane Street;
eastward along Highway 407 to Keele Street,
resuming their usual route eastward along Highway 407.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

GO is also introducing a new branch and increasing service along the route and adjusting the schedules for buses operating along the route.

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

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51 Pickering / Highway 407

Starting Monday, January 7, GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Passengers travelling to and from the campus no longer enjoy a direct ride and must pay an extra fare when boarding the TTC’s Line 1 Yonge - University subway to travel between Highway 407 and York University stations. On the other hand, passengers may also benefit by being able to connect with subway service to and from downtown Toronto.

Westbound buses operate along their usual route to Highway 407 and Keele Street, then proceed:

westward along Highway 407;
southward along Jane Street; and then
westward into Highway 407 Station bus terminal,
ending their trips.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

Eastbound buses start their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, then proceed:

northward along Jane Street;
eastward along Highway 407 to Keele Street,
resuming their usual route eastward along Highway 407.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

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

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

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25 Waterloo / Mississauga

25F branch

Starting Sunday, January 6, GO shortens the path so that buses operate to and from the TTC’s Highway 407 Station, instead of York University’s Keele campus.

Passengers travelling to and from the campus no longer enjoy a direct ride and must pay an extra fare when boarding the TTC’s Line 1 Yonge - University subway to travel between Highway 407 and York University stations. On the other hand, passengers may also benefit by being able to connect with subway service to and from downtown Toronto.

Eastbound buses operate along their usual route to Highway 407 Station bus terminal, ending their trips.

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

  • on Keele Street at Snidercroft Road and south of Steeles Avenue West and
  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus.

Westbound buses start their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, then proceed:

along their regular route northward along Jane Street.

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

  • at the Harry W. Arthurs Common on York University’s Keele campus and
  • on Keele Street at Steeles Avenue West and Great Gulf Drive.

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

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

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Adjusting the schedules for routes and lines


38 Bolton / Mississauga / North York

38 branch

Starting Monday, January 7, the southbound bus that usually leaves Highway 50 across from Columbia Way at 7:08 a.m. Mondays to Fridays leaves, instead, 32 minutes earlier at 6:36 a.m. It drops off or pick up passengers at stops along the route as much as 32 minutes earlier than usually. It ends its trip in Malton GO Station bus terminal at 7:31 a.m.

By operating an earlier bus, GO improves service for passengers connecting with an earlier train along the 31 Kitchener line. The earlier train leaves Malton at 7:46 a.m. and ends its trip in Union Station at 8:44 a.m.

Also, GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “for a more reliable schedule and [to] better reflect actual travel times”.

Starting Monday, January 7, some buses leave stops along the route as much as 16 minutes earlier than usually.

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

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15 Brantford / Burlington

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “for a more reliable schedule and [to] better reflect actual travel times”. It’s also making sure passengers can continue to connect with trains operating along the 01 Lakeshore West line.

Starting Saturday, January 5, some buses leave stops as much as three minutes later than usually.

15A branch

The bus that usually leaves Aldershot GO Station at 7:08 p.m. Mondays to Fridays leaves 12 minutes earlier at 6:56 p.m. (The bus ends its trip in McMaster University GO Bus Terminal at 6:44 p.m.)

By operating an earlier bus, GO makes sure passengers can transfer from the earlier train that arrives in Aldershot at 6:48 p.m.

GO is also increasing service along the route.

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

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24 Cambridge / Milton

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “for a more reliable schedule and [to] better reflect actual travel times”.

Starting Monday, January 7, some buses leave stops along the route as much as two minutes earlier than usually.

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

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33 Guelph / Georgetown / North York

Friday, January 4 is the last day that GO operates the eastbound bus that usually leaves the University Centre Terminal on the University of Guelph campus at 4:35 a.m. Mondays to Fridays. Instead, the bus starts its trip in Downtown Brampton Terminal at 6 a.m. and continues with its regular schedule to York Mills. It ends its trip in York Mills at 6:55 a.m.

By shortening this bus trip, GO adjusts the schedule to identify the trip as operating along the 33A branch between Brampton and York Mills, instead of the 33 branch from Guelph.

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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48 Guelph / Highway 407

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “to provide a more consistent [service] and…” accommodate the new path for buses operating 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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47 Hamilton / Highway 407

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “to provide a more consistent [service] and…” accommodate the new path for buses operating 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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40 Hamilton / Pearson / Richmond Hill

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “for a more reliable schedule and [to] better reflect actual travel times”.

Starting Saturday, January 5, some buses leave stops as much as five minutes earlier than usually.

GO is also introducing a new branch of the route and increasing service along the route.

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

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31 Kitchener trains

GO is adjusting the schedules for trains operating along the line to accommodate more Monday-to-Friday morning and evening service between Kitchener and Georgetown, more morning train service from Mount Pleasant and Brampton GO stations and more afternoon service for passengers travelling to Bloor, Weston, Etobicoke North and Malton GO stations.

Starting Monday, January 7, the eastbound train that usually starts its trip in Georgetown GO Station at 6:48 a.m. starts, instead, in Kitchener GO Station at 5:40 a.m. It drops off or picks up passengers in all stations and earlier than usually in stations east of Georgetown. It ends its trip in Union at 7:43 a.m.

The westbound train that usually leaves Union Station at 4:20 p.m. leaves, instead, 16 minutes earlier than usually at 4:04 p.m. The train drops off or picks up passengers at stations along the line as much as 16 minutes earlier than usually. It ends its trip in Georgetown at 5:12 p.m.

The westbound train that usually leaves Union at 4:50 p.m. leaves, instead, 15 minutes earlier at 4:35 p.m. It no longer operates express - without stopping - between Union and Bramalea Station. It also ends its trip in Georgetown GO Station, instead of continuing to Kitchener. The train stops in stations west of Malton as much as three minutes earlier than usually - in Bramalea GO Station at 5:16 p.m., Brampton GO Station at 5:25 p.m. and Mount Pleasant GO Station at 5:43 p.m. It ends its trip in Georgetown at 5:43 p.m.

(Passengers who used to board this train for travelling to Acton, Guelph and Kitchener can now board the westbound train that leaves Union at 5:03 p.m.)

The westbound train that usually leaves Union at 5:20 p.m. leaves, instead, seven minutes later at 5:27 p.m. The train drops off or picks up passengers at all stations along the line as much as seven minutes later than usually. It ends its trip in Kitchener at 7:39 p.m.

The westbound train that usually leaves Union at 5:50 p.m. leaves, instead, ten minutes later at 6 p.m. The train drops off or picks up passengers at all stations along the line as much as ten minutes later than usually. It ends its trip in Kitchener at 7:39 p.m.

GO says it’s also adjusting the schedules “for a more reliable schedule and [to] better reflect actual travel times”.

Also starting Monday, January 7, some trains operating along the line leave stations as much as nine minutes earlier than usually.

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

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

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90 Lakeshore East buses

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules to reflect the new path for buses along the 90A branch of the route.

Starting Monday, January 7, some buses leave stops earlier than usually.

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

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09 Lakeshore East trains

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “for a more reliable schedule and [to] better reflect actual travel times”.

Starting Monday, January 7, some trains operating along the line leave stations as much as five minutes later than usually.

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

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

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18 Lakeshore West buses

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “for a more reliable schedule and [to] better reflect actual travel times”. It’s also making sure passengers can continue to connect with trains operating along the 01 Lakeshore West line.

Starting Saturday, January 5, some buses leave stops as much as four minutes later than usually.

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

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01 Lakeshore West trains

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “for a more reliable schedule and [to] better reflect actual travel times”.

Starting Saturday, January 5, some trains operating along the line leave stations as much as three minutes later than usually.

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

It’s also adjusting the schedules for buses operating along the 15 Brantford / Burlington and 18 Lakeshore West routes to make sure passengers can continue to connect with the trains.

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

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54 Markham / Highway 407

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “to provide a more consistent [service] and…” accommodate the new path for buses operating along the route.

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

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

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21 Milton trains

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “for a more reliable schedule and [to] better reflect actual travel times”.

Starting Monday, January 7, some trains operating along the line leave stations as much as two minutes later than usually.

To make sure passengers connect with trains, MiWay and Milton Transit are also adjusting the schedules of buses along routes that operate to and from GO stations.

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

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45 Mississauga / Highway 407

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “to provide a more consistent [service] and…” accommodate the new path for buses operating 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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91 Newcastle / Oshawa express

GO is revising the path to include a new stop at the Courtice Park and Ride carpool lot.

It’s also adjusting the schedules for buses operating along the route to accommodate the longer trips.

GO is also increasing service along the route.

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

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46 Oakville / Highway 407

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “to provide a more consistent [service] and…” accommodate the new path for buses operating 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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37 Orangeville / Brampton

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “for a more reliable schedule and [to] better reflect actual travel times”.

Starting Monday, January 7, some buses leave stops as much as 16 minutes later than usually.

GO is also introducing two new branches of the route and increasing and decreasing service along the route.

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

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52 Oshawa / Highway 407

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “to provide a more consistent [service] and…” accommodate the new path for buses operating along the route.

GO is also introducing a new branch and increasing service along the route.

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

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51 Pickering / Highway 407

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “to provide a more consistent [service] and…” accommodate the new path for buses operating 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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25 Waterloo / Mississauga

GO says it’s adjusting the schedules “for a more reliable schedule and [to] better reflect actual travel times”.

Starting Monday, January 7, some buses leave stops as much as 15 minutes earlier than usually.

GO is also increasing service along the route and revising the path for buses operating along the route.

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

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Making other changes to service along routes and lines


65 Barrie trains

GO says, “To match changing ridership levels and give you more room and a comfortable ride” it’s increasing the number of coaches it operates in trains.

Starting Monday, January 7, the northbound train that leaves Union Station at 9:40 p.m. Mondays to Fridays and the southbound train that leaves Aurora GO Station at 10:41 p.m. operate with 12 coaches, instead of ten.

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

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48 Guelph / York U

Starting Saturday, January 5, buses start and end their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, instead of on York University’s Keele campus. GO is renaming the route 54 Markham / Highway 407.

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47 Hamilton / York U

Starting Saturday, January 5, buses start and end their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, instead of on York University’s Keele campus. GO is renaming the route 54 Markham / Highway 407.

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31 Kitchener trains

GO says, “To match changing ridership levels and use… resources efficiently, the number of train coaches on some weekday trips will change so you may need to adjust where you stand on the platform.”

Starting Monday, January 7, the eastbound train that usually starts its trip in Georgetown GO Station at 6:48 a.m. starts, instead, in Kitchener GO Station at 5:40 a.m. To accommodate more passengers, GO operates this train with 12 coaches, instead of ten.

The eastbound train that usually leaves Georgetown at 5:47 a.m. operates with ten coaches, instead of 12.

The westbound train that usually leaves Union Station at 3:35 p.m. Mondays to Fridays continues to Kitchener, instead of ending its trip in Georgetown GO Station. To accommodate more passengers, GO operates this train with 12 coaches, instead of ten.

The westbound train that leaves Union at 5:10 p.m. continues to Kitchener, instead of ending its trip in Georgetown. GO operates this train with ten coaches, instead of 12, it says, “to align with [train-storage] capacity in Kitchener.” (Updated — Friday, January 11, 11:45 a.m.) Starting Friday, January 11, the train again operates with 12 coaches.

(Updated — Friday, January 11, 11:45 a.m.) Starting Friday, January 11, the westbound train that usually leaves Union at 5:27 p.m. operates with 12 coaches, instead of 10.

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

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09 Lakeshore East trains

GO says, “To match changing ridership levels and use… resources efficiently, the number of train coaches on some weekday trips will change so you may need to adjust where you stand on the platform.”

Starting Monday, January 7, the eastbound train that usually leaves Union Station at 5:40 p.m. and the westbound train that usually leaves Oshawa GO Station at 7 p.m. operate with 12 coaches, instead of ten.

The eastbound trains that usually leave Union Station at 6:55 a.m. and 11:31 a.m., the westbound train that usually leaves Pickering GO Station at 11:53 a.m. and the westbound train that usually leaves Oshawa at 11:53 a.m. operate with ten coaches, instead of 12.

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

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

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01 Lakeshore West trains

GO says, “To match changing ridership levels and use… resources efficiently, the number of train coaches on some weekday trips will change so you may need to adjust where you stand on the platform.”

Starting Monday, January 7, the westbound train that usually leaves Union Station at 5:15 p.m. and the eastbound train that usually leaves Aldershot GO Station at 4:29 p.m. operate with 12 coaches, instead of ten.

The westbound trains that usually leave Union Station at 8:28 a.m. and 12:58 p.m. and the eastbound train that usually leaves Oakville GO Station at 2:11 p.m. operate with ten coaches, instead of 12.

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

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

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54 Markham / York U

Starting Monday, January 7, buses start and end their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, instead of on York University’s Keele campus. GO is renaming the route 54 Markham / Highway 407.

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45 Mississauga / York U

Starting Monday, January 7, buses start and end their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, instead of on York University’s Keele campus. GO is renaming the route 54 Markham / Highway 407.

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46 Oakville / York U

Starting Monday, January 7, buses start and end their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, instead of on York University’s Keele campus. GO is renaming the route 54 Markham / Highway 407.

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52 Oshawa / York U

Starting Saturday, January 5, buses start and end their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, instead of on York University’s Keele campus. GO is renaming the route 54 Markham / Highway 407.

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51 Pickering / York U

Starting Monday, January 7, buses start and end their trips in Highway 407 Station bus terminal, instead of on York University’s Keele campus. GO is renaming the route 54 Markham / Highway 407.

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61 Richmond Hill trains

GO says, “To match changing ridership levels and use… resources efficiently, the number of train coaches on some weekday trips will change so you may need to adjust where you stand on the platform.”

Starting Monday, January 7, the northbound trains that usually leave Union Station at 3:10 and 8 p.m. operate with ten coaches, instead of 12.

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

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