Growing transit where good things grow.

If there’s something you love about Ontario, it can probably be found in Niagara. It’s the site of a titanic natural wonder of the world. It’s premier wine country, home to the famous vintages Canadians love. It’s dotted with B&Bs, picture-perfect hotels, and plenty to explore. The region is currently served by trains running between Union Station and Burlington GO, with buses to Niagara Region. The summer GO service between Union Station and Niagara has been a huge success.

But good things are growing in Niagara, and more people are moving there.

As Niagara grows our transit network is growing too. By 2021, GO trains will be rolling all the way to Grimsby. By 2023, more than 25-kilometres of new track from West Harbour GO Station will see GO trains regularly servicing Niagara Falls.

Take a look at how we’re building a perfect conduit for work and play in the jewel of the Greater Golden Horseshoe.

See what we’re building near you:


residents by 2041

More than


kilometres of new track


new and improved stations

All proposed new station stops are subject to completion of a full business case analysis.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017
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Southward Community Park
84 Mud Street
Grimsby, ON

Wednesday, November 22, 2017
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St. Catharines Public Library
54 Church Street
St. Catharines, ON

Monday, November 27, 2017
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Hamilton Public Library - Red Hill Branch
695 Queenston Road
Hamilton, ON

Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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Niagara Falls Public Library
4848 Victoria Street
Niagara Falls, ON