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Video: Queen streetcars in snow



It’s easy to take a good photograph on a bright, sunny day. It’s far more challenging when the weather is working against you, but there can also be tremendous rewards. Richard Glaze believed that, which is why he took...... Read on...

It’s easy to take a good photograph on a bright, sunny day. It’s far more challenging when the weather is working against you, but there can also be tremendous rewards. Richard Glaze believed that, which is why he took his camera out with him on at least four occasions as the snows fell. Transit Toronto’s James Bow has edited together Richard’s snowy vistas of streetcars operating on Queen Street, from the east end, all the way to City Hall.

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Queen Street West track and water-main construction: Phase 8 ends; phases 5A and 7 continue; TTC revises detours



Starting 5 a.m. Tuesday, November 30, the City of Toronto is reopening Queen Street West between Bathurst Street and Spadina Avenue, as contractors have completed Phase 8 of a major project to upgrade infrastructure on Queen West between Fennings and...... Read on...

Starting 5 a.m. Tuesday, November 30, the City of Toronto is reopening

  • Queen Street West between Bathurst Street and Spadina Avenue,

as contractors have completed Phase 8 of a major project to upgrade infrastructure on Queen West between Fennings and Bay Streets.

Crews continue to work on phase 5A of the project, so the City continues to close:

  • Queen Street West between Givens and Crawford Streets and
  • Shaw Street north and south of Queen Street West.

Queen - Shaw track construction map.jpg

^ Map of the work zone for phase 5A. Image, City of Toronto

Crews also continue to work on phase 7, so the City has also continues to close:

  • Queen Street West between Niagara and Bathurst Streets.

Queen West - map of phase 7 work.jpg

^ Map of the work zone for phase 7. Image, City of Toronto

The TTC is detouring buses along these routes, during phases 5A and 7:

  • 63 Ossington;
  • 301 Queen overnight;
  • 363 Ossington overnight;
  • 501H Queen - Humber shuttle buses; and
  • 501L Queen - Long Branch shuttle buses.

2021 - 11-15 - 63-363 detour - Queen West - Shaw.jpg

^ Image, City of Toronto

301-501_RW_Nov30.jpg

^ Image, TTC

The City says it’s “accelerating streetcar-track replacement work on Queen Street West to reduce disruption to area businesses during the holiday season. Work between Spadina Avenue [and] Bathurst Street will now be completed earlier than planned. The contractor has started installing construction fencing and road closure signage around the upcoming work zone… so that work can begin as soon as possible.

“As crews move westward along Queen Street West, they will reopen sections of the road once work is completed, starting from Bathurst Street. The accelerated work schedule will allow the contractor to fully reopen Queen Street West by December 6, 2021.”

Accordingly, Phase 5A and 7 construction and the resulting TTC detours continue until December 6.


Earlier construction phases of the project:

Upcoming phases of the project:

  • Phase 5 — between east of Fennings and Shaw Street; and
  • Phase 6 — between Shaw and Niagara Streets.

During this part of the project, crews may work late evenings and overnight. They excavate during various times of the day, but break or mill concrete only from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. According to the TTC, “Concrete-breaking work is the most disruptive and will typically last the first 5 days of the… construction.”

Expect periods of 24-hour construction activity by TTC crews throughout the project, while they install the new rail. The TTC explains, “Around-the-clock work during rail installation is required to preserve the integrity and quality of new rail and concrete, and to support the progress of the daytime activity. Overnight rail work by TTC may consist of moving new rail into position, rail installation and rail welding / grinding.”


The City and the TTC are co-ordinating several construction projects to upgrade infrastructure, including:

  • replacing the streetcar tracks between Fennings and Bay Streets;
  • replacing the streetcar tracks at the intersection of Queen Street West with Shaw Street;
  • replacing the water main and the City-owned portion of substandard water services between University Avenue and Bay Street; and
  • improving the streetscape on Queen Street West between Spadina Avenue and McCaul Street, in partnership with the Queen Street West Business Improvement Area.

Since Monday, May 9, the TTC has detoured streetcars along these routes to accommodate these and other projects on Queen Streets East and West:

  • 301 Queen overnight;
  • 501 Queen.

Buses have replaced the cars along the routes at various sites west of Parliament Street since then.


The TTC has been storing rail on Queen West near Trinity Bellwoods Park to supply phases 5 through 8 of the project since Monday, May 31.

Starting Monday, November 11, it’s also storing rail on Queen West between east of Ossington Avenue and Massey Street and on Shaw just south of Queen specifically to further supply phase 5A.

The ongoing construction project at the intersection of Queen Street West / King Street West / The Queensway / Roncesvalles Avenue also continues to affect service along the routes.


Malton GO Station: Permanent bus loop reopens, affecting Brampton Transit, GO and MiWay services



Metrolinx continues a project to enhance communication and safety features and create more connections at Malton GO Station, as part of the GO Expansion Program. Starting Monday, November 29, GO Transit reopens the permanent bus loop at the station, improving...... Read on...

Metrolinx continues a project to enhance communication and safety features and create more connections at Malton GO Station, as part of the GO Expansion Program.


Starting Monday, November 29, GO Transit reopens the permanent bus loop at the station, improving service for passengers aboard buses along several routes.

  • 505 Züm Bovaird.
  • GO Transit:
  • 31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto;
  • 38 Bolton / Mississauga.
  • 30 Rexdale.

Crews have finished installing utilities underground and repairing glass in the east tunnel.

The stairs in the west tunnel connecting to platform 2 (north platform) are closed for ongoing construction to upgrade the platform. Use the elevator in the west tunnel to get to and from platform 2. GO is reopening the stairs in the east tunnel connecting to platform 2.

It’s also closing about 100 parking spaces in the north parking lot to provide space to store construction materials. GO says, “There is still plenty of parking available for you.” It’s also reopening the accessible parking spaces that it closed previously.


Malton GO Construction Map_Nov222021.jpg

^ Click to enlarge.

“As early as” Monday, November 22, GO Transit contractors started upgrading the west side of the north platform to install tactile yellow safety tiles and digital signs.

GO had already closed the west side of the south platform to install the tiles and signs.

The work zone affects how you board or exit trains at the station.

Travelling from Malton GO Station:

  • Look for signs with information to guide you to where to stand and remember to spread out along the east side of the platforms. Remember that the west sides of the north and south platforms are closed during construction.
  • The accessible ramp remains available to those who need to board the accessible coach.

Travelling toward Malton GO Station:

  • Listen to announcements on your train, becaise some trains will not open all doors at Malton.
  • The accessible ramp will still be available to those who need to disembark the accessible coach.
  • Check out the boarding guide below before your trip.

Boarding guide, Malton GO, November 15, English.JPG


Metrolinx is preparing the station for GO Expansion by:

  • adding tactile yellow safety tiles at the edge of the train platforms to remind you how far back to stand;
  • installing new digital signs on the train platforms;
  • widening the island platform to allow trains to stop on the north side; and
  • changing the accessible platform to function on both sides.

Metrolinx and GO plan to accommodate more passengers and increase service along the Kitchener line, as part of their GO Expansion Program (formerly “regional express rail”).


Weston GO / UPX Station: Platform construction continues, starting November 29



Metrolinx continues a project to upgrade Weston GO Station, as part of the GO Expansion Program. Starting Monday, November 29, GO Transit is closing the east side of platform 2 at the station to install tactile yellow safety tiles. GO...... Read on...

Metrolinx continues a project to upgrade Weston GO Station, as part of the GO Expansion Program.


Starting Monday, November 29, GO Transit is closing the east side of platform 2 at the station to install tactile yellow safety tiles. GO says, “This safety feature will remind you how far back to stand on the platform.”

GO_Weston_ESI_Platform 3.jpg

^ Click to enlarge.

This construction project affects how you board or exit from trains.

Travelling from Weston GO Station:

  • Look for signs with information that guides you to where you can stand. Remember to spread out along the west side of the platform 2 to help keep everyone safe.
  • The accessible ramp remains available to those who need to board the accessible coach.
  • All pedestrian tunnels and elevators remain open during construction.

Travelling toward Weston GO Station:

  • Listen to announcements on your train as some trains don’t open all doors at Weston.
  • The accessible ramp is still available to those who need to exit from the accessible coach.
  • Check out the boarding guide below before your trip.

Boarding guide, Weston GO_English.jpg

Construction doesn’t affect Union Pearson express service. UP Express passengers can still board or exit from trains at their usual platforms.

Construction on the east side of platform 2at Weston Station continues “for about two weeks”, meaning as late as until December 18. Once crews have finished working on the east side, they’ll start installing the tactile tiles on the west side of the platform.


GO closed the east side of platform 2 at Weston Station, starting Tuesday, May 25.


Similarly, GO closed the west end of platform 3 at the station to install the tiles and signs, starting Monday, May 10.


And, GO closed part of the north platform (platform 1) at the station, starting Monday, April 5.


Since Monday, June 3, 2019, GO has closed the passenger pick-up and drop-off area (or “kiss ‘n’ ride”) and nine parking spots in the east parking lot at the station. The closures support an ongoing project to build a new track and platform and other amenities.


Metrolinx and GO plan to accommodate more passengers and increase service along the Kitchener line, as part of their GO Expansion Program (formerly “regional express rail”).


Don Roadway construction: TTC detour, starting November 30



Starting 7 a.m. Tuesday, November 30, the City of Toronto is closing Don Roadway south of Lake Shore Boulevard East to accommodate the next phase of Waterfront Toronto’s project to rebuild the mouth of the Don River. The TTC is...... Read on...

Starting 7 a.m. Tuesday, November 30, the City of Toronto is closing

  • Don Roadway south of Lake Shore Boulevard East

to accommodate the next phase of Waterfront Toronto’s project

to rebuild the mouth of the Don River.

The TTC is detouring buses along this route, while the street is closed:

  • 72C Pape (Pape Stn - Commissioners).

72_C_Nov30.jpg

This phase of construction on Don Roadway and the resulting TTC detour continue until December 31, 2023.

The project has already resulted in long-term detours for buses along the 72B (Pape Stn - Union Stn via Commissioners and Queens Quay) branch of the route since May 2020.


GO modifying Lakeshore East and Lakeshore West train service due to fatal incident, starting November 29



As a result of a fatal incident Saturday, November 27 near Pickering GO Station and an ongoing Ontario Ministry of Labour investigation, starting Monday, November 29, GO Transit is modifying service along the Lakeshore lines — potentially until Thursday, December...... Read on...

As a result of a fatal incident Saturday, November 27 near Pickering GO Station and an ongoing Ontario Ministry of Labour investigation, starting Monday, November 29, GO Transit is modifying service along the Lakeshore lines — potentially until Thursday, December 2.

GO is providing passengers with 30-minute service at all stations along the 09 Lakeshore East line using both rail and bus services:

  • Trains operate between Union Station and Guildwood GO Station and between Pickering and Oshawa GO stations.
  • Shuttle GO buses operate between Guildwood and Pickering to connect with train service.

Since Lakeshore East trains operate along the 01 Lakeshore West line beyond Union Station, GO is also adjusting the schedules for trains along that line to every 30 minutes between Union and Oakville GO Station.

The incident involved a worker for a company that Metrolinx contracted to work on the tracks west of Pickering station. While the Ministry of Labour investigates, it has secured the incident site and Metrolinx is postponing track repairs until further notice.



Service to and from Lakeshore East stations


Oshawa GO Station
  • Westbound trains leave at 10 and 40 minutes past the hour. The 5:10 train is the first train of the day. If you are travelling further westward than Pickering, your travel time is likely 30 minutes longer than usual.
  • Eastbound trains arrive at 5 and 35 minutes past the hour. The 6:05 train is the first train of the day.
Whitby GO Station
  • Westbound trains leave at 15 and 45 minutes past the hour. The 5:15 a.m. train is the first train of the day. If you are travelling further westward than Pickering, your travel time is likely 30 minutes longer than usual.
  • Eastbound trains leave at 28 and 58 minutes past the hour. The 5:58 a.m. train is the first train of the day.
Ajax GO Station
  • Westbound trains leave at 22 and 52 minutes past the hour. The 5:22 a.m. train is the first train of the day. If you are travelling further westward than Pickering, your travel time is likely 30 minutes longer than usual.
  • Eastbound trains leave at 21 and 51 minutes past the hour. The 5:51 a.m. train is the first train of the day.
Pickering GO Station
  • If you are travelling westbound beyond Pickering, you need to board a shuttle bus to Rouge Hill and Guildwood GO stations. Your travel time is likely 30 minutes longer than usual.
  • Eastbound trains leave at 16 and 46 minutes past the hour. The 5:46 a.m. train is the first train of the day.
Rouge Hill GO Station
  • No trains. Buses operate in both directions between Pickering and Guildwood GO stations.
Guildwood GO Station
  • Westbound trains leave at 11 and 41 minutes past the hour. The 5:41 a.m. train is the first train of the day.
  • If you are travelling eastbound beyond Guildwood, you need to board a shuttle bus to Rouge Hill and Pickering GO stations. Your travel time is likely 30 minutes longer than usual.
Eglinton GO Station
  • Westbound trains leave at 16 and 46 minutes past the hour. The 5:46 a.m. train is the first train of the day.
  • Eastbound trains leave at 27 and 57 minutes past the hour. The 6:27 a.m. train is the first train of the day. If you are travelling further eastward than Guildwood, your travel time is likely 30 minutes longer than usual.
Scarborough GO Station
  • Westbound trains leave at 21 and 51 minutes past the hour. The 5:51 a.m. train is the first train of the day.
  • Eastbound trains leave at 22 and 52 minutes past the hour. The 6:22 a.m. train is the first train of the day. If you are travelling further eastward than Guildwood, your travel time is likely 30 minutes longer than usual.
Danforth GO Station
  • Westbound trains leave at 26 and 56 minutes past the hour. The 5:56 a.m. train is the first train of the day.
  • Eastbound trains leave at 16 and 46 minutes past the hour. The 6:16 a.m. train is the first train of the day. If you are travelling further eastward than Guildwood, your travel time is likely 30 minutes longer than usual.

Eglinton GO Station: West tunnel closed, starting November 29



Metrolinx continues working to enhance Eglinton GO Station, as part of the GO Expansion Program. Since Thursday, September 23, GO Transit has been improving Eglinton GO Station by enhancing communication and safety features and making the station fully accessible. As...... Read on...

Metrolinx continues working to enhance Eglinton GO Station, as part of the GO Expansion Program.


Since Thursday, September 23, GO Transit has been improving Eglinton GO Station by enhancing communication and safety features and making the station fully accessible.

As part of this project, starting Monday, November 29, GO is closing the west tunnel permanently while contractors build a new west tunnel. To access the north platform from the south parking lot, use the east tunnel on the south platform.

GO is also closing the west access path from the south parking lot. The path leads to the south platform. The PRESTO fare-payment devices on this access path are also not available.

The south platform remains accessible through the east access path from the south parking lot. A new access path on the west side of the south parking lot will open “in approximately two weeks” (meaning the path remains closed as late as until December 13). GO is relocating the PRESTO fare-payment devices to this new access path. PRESTO self-serve reload machines and ticket-vending machines remain available near the station building on the north side of the station.

To access the north platform from the south parking lot, use the east tunnel on the south platform.

GO_Eglinton_Nov 2021_Accessibility Upgrades-01.jpg

^ Click to enlarge.


Since September 23, the work zone has blocked about 60 parking spaces in the south parking lot. GO has relocated accessible parking spaces to two locations in the south parking lot: directly in front of the new access path to the south platform on the west side and beside the access path to the east tunnel on the east side. GO says, “Plenty of parking is still available at the station.”

GO also slightly relocated the bike shelter to the east in the south parking lot.

Some weekends, construction continues overnight and Metrolinx might close one of the two GO rail tracks. Metrolinx has planned these weekend closures to make sure that passengers can use Eglinton GO Station as normally as possible Mondays to Fridays, when many people rely on this station for their commutes to and from work.


The project to upgrade Eglinton GO Station and make it fully accessible includes:

  • installing four new elevators and stairwells on the two side platforms;
  • connecting elevators and stairwells to the two previously installed pedestrian tunnels under the rail tracks;
  • adding mechanical and electrical rooms for new services in the tunnels;
  • installing mini-platforms to enable boarding and exiting accessibility coaches;
  • installing accessible route canopies (from elevators to mini-platforms);
  • installing digital signage and tactile edge tiles on the platforms;
  • building heat-traced ramps to the north platform on the west side and to the east tunnel on the east side;
  • building a north vestibule to the east tunnel with seating, automated fare-purchase devices and digital signs;
  • rehabilitating the passenger pick-up and drop-off area (or “kiss and ride”).
  • relocating shelters;
  • widening platforms; and
  • repairing, where necessary, to improve the platform area.

GO-Eglinton-View-1.jpg

^ Eglinton GO Station. Artist’s rendering, final designs are subject to change. Image, Metrolinx

These accessibility upgrades are the second phase of a two-phase project to provide full passenger accessibility to the station building, side platforms, north and south parking lots and the Kiss and Ride.

When contractors complete the Eglinton GO accessibility upgrades project, the station will be fully accessible and comply with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. Accessibility upgrades at Eglinton GO Station support the 251,000 GO passenger boardings at this station each year.

Metrolinx expects to complete construction and offer passengers a fully accessible Eglinton GO Station by “Summer 2024”, meaning as late as until September 30, 2024.

GO-Eglinton-View-2.jpg

GO is adding barrier-free accessible ramps and walkways with heat-traced ramps for snow melt at Eglinton GO Station. Artist’s rendering, final designs are subject to change. Image, Metrolinx


Metrolinx and GO plan to accommodate more passengers and increase service along the Lakeshore East line, as part of their GO Expansion Program (formerly “regional express rail”).


Weekend events affect transit services, November 26, 27



Events in Aurora, Milton, Stouffville and Toronto affect transit services this weekend — Friday, November 26 and Saturday, November 27....... Read on...

Events in Aurora, Milton, Stouffville and Toronto affect transit services this weekend — Friday, November 26 and Saturday, November 27.


Brock / Rossland Whitby construction: DRT, GO (?) detours, November 26, 27, 28, 29



Since Monday, June 28, the Region of Durham and the Town of Whitby contractors have been working on a project to rebuild: Brock Street North between north of Rossland Road (Regional Road 28) to 350 metres south of Manning Road...... Read on...

Since Monday, June 28, the Region of Durham and the Town of Whitby contractors have been working on a project to rebuild:

  • Brock Street North between north of Rossland Road (Regional Road 28) to 350 metres south of Manning Road (Regional Road 58),
  • Rossland Road East between Brock Street North and a point 220 metres east and
  • Rossland Road West between Centre and Brock Streets North.

Brock North - Rossland Whitby construction map.jpg

Starting 6 p.m. Friday, November 26, the Region and Town close the intersection of Brock North and Rossland to through traffic.

Durham Region Transit is detouring buses along these routes, while the intersection is closed:

2021 - 11-26 - DRT 302-395-916-920 - Brock - Rossland.png

GO Transit has not announced detours, but passengers aboard buses along this route can expect detours and delays:

  • 81 Port Perry / Whitby.

Closure of the Brock North / Rossland intersection and the resulting DRT and GO detours continue until November 29.


GO buses temporarily replace trains along Lakeshore East line, November 26, 27, 28



Metrolinx continues working to enhance the 01 Lakeshore East* line, as part of the GO Expansion Program. Starting the evening of Friday, November 26 until the end of service Sunday, November 28, GO Transit os replacing trains with buses along...... Read on...

Metrolinx continues working to enhance the 01 Lakeshore East* line, as part of the GO Expansion Program.


Starting the evening of Friday, November 26 until the end of service Sunday, November 28, GO Transit os replacing trains with buses along the entire 09 Lakeshore East line due to construction.

GO says,

“These service changes allow us to carry out important construction work to improve rail infrastructure. The Rouge River Bridge, a 117-year-old piece of critical infrastructure, is undergoing rehabilitation… to support increased future GO service. This project is expected to finish in summer 2022.

“Additional rail crossing rehabilitation, track infrastructure, and accessibility upgrades are also happening at Eglinton GO Station to improve train speeds, service life, and reliability.

“This construction work can only be completed if trains are not running in the construction area.”

This weekend, GO trains along the 71 Stouffville line stop at Scarborough and Danforth GO Stations to provide extra service for passengers travelling to and from the stations during construction.

Buses and trains don’t operate to and from Eglinton, Guildwood and Rouge Hill GO stations late Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday.

Regular train service resumes Monday, November 29.

Rouge river bridge construction.jpg

^ The 117-year-old Rouge River bridge is an important part of the Lakeshore East GO Line. Image, Metrolinx


Trains


Friday, November 26

Westbound

  • The train that usually leaves Oshawa at 9:20 p.m. is the last train this weekend. It drops off or picks up passengers at all stops to Union Station, ending its trip in Union at 10:20 p.m.
  • After 9:20 p.m., buses replace the trains. Buses leave at the same time as regular train time from Oshawa GO, stopping at Whitby, Ajax and Pickering GO stations and then operating express — without stopping — to Union Station Bus Terminal

Eastbound

  • The train that usually leaves Union Station at 9:05 p.m. is the last train this weekend. It serves passengers in all stations, ending its trip in Oshawa at 10:05 p.m.
  • After 9:05 p.m., buses replace the trains. All buses leave Union terminal as much as five minutes later than regular train times. They operate express to Pickering, and then serve passengers in all stations to Oshawa.

Saturday, November 27
Sunday, November 28

Westbound

  • Buses replace all trains.
  • Buses leave Oshawa as much as five minutes later than regular train times. They stop in Whitby, Ajax and Pickering and then operate express to Union terminal.

Eastbound

  • Buses replace all trains.
  • Buses operate leave Union terminal five to 25 minutes later than regular train times. They operate express between Union and Pickering, then drop off or pick up passengers at all stations to Oshawa.

Buses


  • **GO has hired Coach Canada to help get you where you need to go due to an ongoing shortage of employees. By hiring Coach Canada, GO can make sure that its bus drivers are available to operate GO buses and maintain regular service,
  • Coach Canada buses will be available at Oshawa, Whitby, Ajax and Pickering GO station bus loops to get you to Union Station Bus Terminal.
  • GO staff will be on site at each station to help guide you and answer your questions.
  • The Where’s My Bus application isn’t operating for the replacement buses.

Coach Canada - Megabus.jpg

^ GO passengers may be riding a bus that looks like this one, as Coach Canada is helping fill the gap during construction work. Image, Metrolinx


PRESTO fare cards


  • Passengers who have set up default trips on their PRESTO cards need to override their default by pressing the “Override” button on the PRESTO device, then tap your card as you would normally.

Westbound

  • Tap on the PRESTO machine at your bus loop and tap off on machines at your destination.

Eastbound

  • Tap on the device at your originating station when boarding trains. Tap off at the PRESTO machine at your destination.

Alternate travel options


  • Trains and buses don’t operate to and from Eglinton, Guildwood and Rouge Hill this weekend.
  • GO has suggested alternate travel options:

  • Toward Union Station from Rouge Hill

  • Board a westbound TTC bus along the 38 Highland Creek route to Scarborough Centre Station and transfer to a southbound train along Line 3 Scarborough. At Kennedy Station, transfer to a southbound GO train along the 71 Stouffville line to travel to Union Station.
  • Board a westbound TTC bus along the 38 Highland Creek route to Scarborough Centre Station and transfer to a southbound train along Line 3 Scarborough. At Kennedy Station, transfer to a westbound Line 2 Bloor - Danforth train to Yonge Station. Then transfer again to a southbound train along Line 1 Yonge - University.
  • Board a westbound TTC bus along the 38 Highland Creek route to Kingston Road and Deep Dene Drive. Transfer to a westbound bus along the 86 Scarborough route. At Kennedy Station, transfer to a westbound Line 2 Bloor - Danforth train to Yonge Station. Then transfer again to a southbound train along Line 1 Yonge - University.
  • Toward Union Station from Guildwood or Eglinton
  • Board a westbound TTC bus along the 86 Scarborough or 116 Morningside routes to Kennedy Station. At Kennedy, transfer to a southbound GO train along the 71 Stouffville line to travel to Union Station.
  • Board a westbound TTC bus along the 86 Scarborough or 116 Morningside routes to Kennedy Station. At Kennedy Station, transfer to a westbound Line 2 Bloor - Danforth train to Yonge Station. Then transfer again to a southbound train along Line 1 Yonge - University.
  • Toward Pickering GO Station from Rouge Hill
  • Board a westbound TTC bus along the 85A Sheppard East route to Port Union and Kingston Roads. Transfer to an eastbound Durham Region Transit bus route along the 900 PULSE Highway 2 route to Kingston and Liverpool Roads. Walk southward to Pickering GO Station.
  • Toward Ajax, Whitby and Oshawa GO stations from Rouge Hill
  • Board a westbound TTC bus along the 38 Highland Creek route to Scarborough Centre Station. Transfer to an eastbound GO bus along the 96 Oshawa / Finch express route. Route 96 buses stop in the bus terminals at all three GO stations.

Metrolinx and GO plan to accommodate more passengers and increase service along the Lakeshore East line, as part of their GO Expansion Program (formerly “regional express rail”).


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