GO Transit Regional Express Rail

Apr. 18, 2017
Mar. 31, 2017

"This is all very fine and well, but even if GO RER doubles capacity, it won't be enough to meet the City's growing need by the time it is all done - Metrolinx studies indicate that the addition of the new SmartTrack stations will slow GO down enough to discourage existing riders from using it - Fare integration will likely attract more than enough ridership to offset this, but GO won't be faster as it could/should be - Scrap the new SmartTrack stations; increase the service frequency as GO RER was originally intended to do; leave fares as they are; and build the Relief Line and the three-stop extension to the Bloor-Danforth Line"

Phil Prentice - Mar 31'17
Mar. 31, 2017

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne walk out of a train just before an announcement at GO Transit's Willowbrook Rail Maintenance Facility in Toronto on Friday - The prime minister says The federal Liberals will invest $1.8 billion in GO Transit’s regional express rail program - Chris Young / THE CANADIAN PRESS