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Cycle to GO

Cycle to GO

Whether biking to a GO station or bringing your bike along for the ride, everything you need to know about bikes on the GO can be found here.

Carpooling

Carpooling

Carpooling to GO is an economical, convenient and environmentally sustainable way to travel to your station. Share the cost of driving and reduce parking hassles: Click here to learn more.

Zipcars

Zipcar

Zipcars at GO stations are another environmentally friendly alternative to access GO service or travel at your destination. To find one near your station, click here.

Walking to GO

Walking to GO

If you live within two kilometres of your GO station, try walking just once or twice a week; it's a fantastic way to get exercise and unwind! Learn more.

TAKING LOCAL TRANSIT TO CONNECT WITH GO

Sometimes, taking local transit is the easiest and quickest way to connect with GO. Many local bus routes stop at GO Stations and GO Bus stops, making it easy to get on GO and vice versa.

Give it a try—and bring along your PRESTO card for seamless travel across the region.

Connect with GO by taking your local transit.

Carpooling

Carpooling to GO is an economical, convenient and environmentally sustainable way to travel to your station. Carpooling to GO allows you to share the cost of driving and reduce parking hassles with designated parking. GO customers can find a carpool partner on the Smart Commute tool, a free ride-matching website.

You can apply online for a free carpool parking permit.

Click here for a station map of carpool spots.

Zipcars

For your convenience, Zipcar vehicles are now available at fifteen (15) GO stations including:

  • Ajax (Lakeshore East)
  • Brampton (Kitchener)
  • Burlington (Lakeshore West)
  • Clarkson (Lakeshore West)
  • Cooksville (Milton)
  • Eglinton (Lakeshore East)
  • Guildwood (Lakeshore East)
  • Long Branch (Lakeshore West)
  • Markham (Stouffville)
  • Mimico (Lakeshore West)
  • Oakville (Lakeshore West)
  • Pickering (Lakeshore East)
  • Richmond Hill (Richmond Hill)
  • Scarborough (Lakeshore East)
  • Weston (Kitchener)

Zipcars at GO stations are another environmentally friendly alternative to access GO service, along with carpooling, electric vehicle charging, local transit, kiss-and-ride facilities and bicycle storage.

To learn more, please visit zipcar.ca/gotransit.

Walking

Walking is one of the simplest ways to connect with your GO station.

The benefits of walking are great – not only does it save you time, money, and improve your health, it’s also a sustainable method of transportation that helps reduce your carbon footprint.

To find out how to access your station on foot, visit our website’s Stations section and select your GO station. Many of our stations are accessible from more than one location and direction. The station’s street address may not show the shortest walking distance – that’s why finding out about the local area can present the best route for you.

If you live within two kilometres of your GO station, try walking just once or twice a week. Or, get a ride in the morning to your station’s convenient kiss & ride and walk home in the evening to relax and unwind after a long day.

Over 21% of people walk from home to their GO Bus stop or terminal. About 65% of GO Bus customers outside downtown Toronto also walk to their trip destination, with a further 30% transferring to another GO service or to local transit.

Almost 10% of GO Train riders walk to their station.