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Train Schedule Changes

Trains
Last Updated: June 06, 2020 | 04:21:52 AM
  • Lakeshore West
    Update

    All trains along the Lakeshore West line, with a few exceptions, are reduced to six coaches to make better use of our resources while ridership is low.

    These weekday Lakeshore West trains continue to have 12 coaches due to higher ridership on these rush hour trips:

    • The 6:16 and 7:16 a.m. eastbound trips from Hamilton GO, arriving at Union Station at 7:40 and 8:40 a.m.
    • The 4:13 and 5:13 p.m. westbound trips from Union Station, arriving at Hamilton GO at 5:38 and 6:38 p.m.

    Starting June 2, the 5:01 a.m. weekday eastbound train from Aldershot will also be 12 coaches long.

    All other Lakeshore West trains have six coaches so please look down the platform when the train approaches as you may need to adjust where you’re waiting. Be sure to use all available doors to board and listen for station announcements.

    Some customers travelling past Union Station may need to change trains there. Please listen to announcements on your train.

    There are also new trips and adjusted schedules on the Lakeshore East line. If you’re travelling east of Union Station, check the Lakeshore East section for details.

    We continue to monitor all trips, and will make adjustments if needed. We will let you know in advance about any changes.

    Your safety is our priority. We continue to thoroughly clean and disinfect our trains, buses, and stations each night. Keep a safe distance from others in stations, on platforms, and on buses and trains.



    To sustain service our customers can rely on, we have reduced train and bus service.

    All GO train lines continue to operate – with reduced frequency.

    Trains may depart from different platforms at Union Station so be sure to check the departure board before heading up to the platform.

    Click here to see the schedules. Be sure to check the website often for updates.

    We need customers to do their part to help reduce the spread of transmission of COVID-19 and help keep everyone safe.

    While not mandatory, we strongly encourage our customers to follow the guidance of public health officials and use a face covering to help protect everyone using GO Transit.

    Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

  • Lakeshore East
    Update

    Further change to length of weekday Lakeshore East trains starting Friday, June 5

    We continue to closely monitor the number of passengers riding with us and adjust the length of our trains to meet the needs of our customers and better match ridership levels.

    Starting Friday, June 5, the number of coaches on the weekday westbound 5:40 a.m. trip from Oshawa GO will also be increased from six to 12.

    The weekday westbound 6:40 and 7:40 a.m. trains from Oshawa GO and the eastbound 6:13 a.m. and 4:43 and 5:43 p.m. trains from Union Station have 12 cars.

    All other trains are six coaches long.

    Please look down the platform when the train approaches as you may need to adjust where you’re waiting. Be sure to use all available doors to board and listen for station announcements.

    We will let you know in advance about any changes.

    We need customers to do their part to help reduce the spread of transmission of COVID-19 and help keep everyone safe.

    While not mandatory, we strongly encourage our customers to follow the guidance of public health officials and use a face covering to help protect everyone using GO Transit.


    Click here to see the schedules. Be sure to check the website often for updates.

    Your safety is our priority. We continue to thoroughly clean and disinfect our trains, buses, and stations each night. Keep a safe distance from others in stations, on platforms, and on buses and trains. For more information: gotransit.com/covid19

    To sustain service our customers can rely on, we have reduced train and bus service.

    All GO train lines continue to operate – with reduced frequency.

    Trains may depart from different platforms at Union Station so be sure to check the departure board before heading up to the platform.

  • Kitchener
    Update

    To sustain service our customers can rely on, we have reduced train and bus service.

    All GO train lines continue to operate – with reduced frequency.

    Some trains may depart from different platforms at Union Station so be sure to check the departure board before heading up to the platform and give yourself a little extra time.

    All trains on our branch lines, including the Kitchener line, are reduced to six coaches in order to make better use of our resources while ridership is low. Please adjust where you wait on the platform depending on your station.

    Click here to see the schedules. Be sure to check the website often for updates.

    Your safety is our priority. We continue to thoroughly clean and disinfect our trains, buses, and stations each night. Keep a safe distance from others in stations, on platforms, and on buses and trains.

    We need customers to do their part to help reduce the spread of transmission of COVID-19 and help keep everyone safe.

    While not mandatory, we strongly encourage our customers to follow the guidance of public health officials and use a face covering to help protect everyone using GO Transit.

    Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

  • Stouffville
    Update

    In order to make better use of our resources while ridership is low, Stouffville line GO trains will not operate on Saturday, June 6 and Sunday, June 7. GO buses will replace train service for some stops. Please plan ahead so you know what your transit options are.


    Saturday and Sunday:

    • GO bus service will be available northbound and southbound between Lincolnville GO or Mount Joy GO and Union Station Bus Terminal.
    • Kennedy, Agincourt and Milliken passengers can take the TTC. Use triplinx.ca to help plan your trip.



    If you’re using PRESTO, tap on the device when boarding and exiting the GO bus. Don’t tap on the machines at the station.  Regular train service will resume Monday, June 8, in time for the morning rush.We’re performing maintenance work and upgrading our infrastructure to help ensure safe and reliable service for you. Additional weekend service changes will be required in June . We will let you know about these changes in advance.

    Click here for your revised schedules



    To sustain service our customers can rely on, we have reduced train and bus service.

    All GO train lines continue to operate – with reduced frequency.

    As a reminder, Stouffville line trains are not stopping at Danforth or Scarborough GO stations.

    Some trains may depart from different platforms at Union Station so be sure to check the departure board before heading up to the platform and give yourself a little extra time.

    All trains on our branch lines, including the Stouffville line, are reduced to six coaches in order to make better use of our resources while ridership is low. Please adjust where you wait on the platform depending on your station.

    Click here to see the schedules. Be sure to check the website often for updates.

    Your safety is our priority. We continue to thoroughly clean and disinfect our trains, buses, and stations each night. Keep a safe distance from others in stations, on platforms, and on buses and trains.

    We need customers to do their part to help reduce the spread of transmission of COVID-19 and help keep everyone safe.

    While not mandatory, we strongly encourage our customers to follow the guidance of public health officials and use a face covering to help protect everyone using GO Transit.

    Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

  • Richmond Hill
    Update

    To sustain service our customers can rely on, we have reduced train and bus service.

    All GO train lines continue to operate – with reduced frequency.

    Some trains may depart from different platforms at Union Station so be sure to check the departure board before heading up to the platform and give yourself a little extra time.

    All trains on our branch lines, including the Richmond Hill line, are reduced to six coaches in order to make better use of our resources while ridership is low. Please adjust where you wait on the platform depending on your station.

    Click here to see the schedules. Be sure to check the website often for updates.

    Your safety is our priority. We continue to thoroughly clean and disinfect our trains, buses, and stations each night. Keep a safe distance from others in stations, on platforms, and on buses and trains.

    We need customers to do their part to help reduce the spread of transmission of COVID-19 and help keep everyone safe.

    While not mandatory, we strongly encourage our customers to follow the guidance of public health officials and use a face covering to help protect everyone using GO Transit.

    Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

  • Barrie
    Update

    Starting Wednesday, May 13 and through the end of June, GO buses will temporarily replace midday trains on the Barrie line on weekdays, and all trains during the weekend so we can perform maintenance work and upgrade infrastructure along the corridor to help ensure safe and reliable service for you. 

    Trains will continue to depart from Barrie Allendale at 4:50, 6:10 and 7:10 each morning Monday to Friday and from Union at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00 each evening Monday to Friday. After 8am Monday to Friday and all-day on weekends, buses will be departing from Allandale.


    • The schedule of the replacement buses will be different than the regularly scheduled train times, with some buses departing earlier. Travel time on the buses will also be longer than on the train so give yourself some extra time.
    • GO buses will not serve Downsview Park. Downsview Park customers can take the TTC. Use triplinx.ca to help plan your trip.
    • Some customers will need to transfer buses at Aurora GO or East Gwillimbury GOGO Train service will still be available between Allandale GO and Union Station during the morning at 4:50, 6:10 and 7:10 southbound and in the evening at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00 northbound.
    • If you're using PRESTO, tap on the device when boarding and exiting the GO bus. Don't tap on the machines at the station.
    • Regular train service will resume at the end of June. Watch for updates
    • We are closely monitoring ridership where and when service is needed the most. We will let you know in advance about any changes. 
    • Your safety is our priority. We continue to thoroughly clean and disinfect our buses and stations each night, and we have also ensured there is now hand-sanitizer available. Keep a safe distance from others in stations, on platforms, and on buses and trains. For more information: gotransit.com/covid19


    Please plan ahead and click here for your revised schedules.


    To sustain service our customers can rely on, we have reduced train and bus service.

    All GO train lines continue to operate – with reduced frequency.

    As a reminder, trains are not stopping at York University GO Station.

    Some trains may depart from different platforms at Union Station so be sure to check the departure board before heading up to the platform and give yourself a little extra time.

    All trains on our branch lines, including the Barrie line, are reduced to six coaches in order to make better use of our resources while ridership is low. Please adjust where you wait on the platform depending on your station.

  • Milton
    Update

    Starting May 4, the 8:16 a.m. and 8:59 a.m. trains from Cooksville to Union will be replaced with GO bus service. GO buses will run express to Union Station Bus Terminal and depart Cooksville at 8:21 a.m. and 9:04 a.m.


    Starting April 27, the 7:10 p.m. westbound train from Union Station will depart from platform 24 to accommodate construction work at Union Station.

    Always check departure boards before heading up to your platform since changes can happen at any time.



    To sustain service our customers can rely on, we have reduced train and bus service.

    All GO train lines continue to operate – with reduced frequency.

    Some trains may depart from different platforms at Union Station so be sure to check the departure board before heading up to the platform and give yourself a little extra time.

    All trains on our branch lines, including the Milton line, are reduced to six coaches in order to make better use of our resources while ridership is low. Please adjust where you wait on the platform depending on your station.

    Click here to see the schedules. Be sure to check the website often for updates.

    Your safety is our priority. We continue to thoroughly clean and disinfect our trains, buses, and stations each night. Keep a safe distance from others in stations, on platforms, and on buses and trains.

    We need customers to do their part to help reduce the spread of transmission of COVID-19 and help keep everyone safe.

    While not mandatory, we strongly encourage our customers to follow the guidance of public health officials and use a face covering to help protect everyone using GO Transit.

    Find out how we’re responding to COVID-19 by clicking here.

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