New lines, a new world of connections in Peel.

You drive the work we do at Metrolinx. We’ve listened and we know you want more choices to get around your community and through the region faster, better, and more easily. The region is experiencing unprecedented economic growth and, with more than 110,000 new residents settling here every year, your communities and transit requirements are changing.

Metrolinx is proactively responding by adding more transit infrastructure and developing new services for you. This means you’ll have more choices to connect to what matters most to you. You can expect MORE GO service, IMPROVED experiences, and NEW CONNECTIONS across the network.

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

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GO service is expanding to serve you better - with more frequent service, more stations, cleaner technology and more connections. Across the entire network, our goal is to deliver 6,000 train trips a week - so you won’t need a schedule because the next train is coming soon.

Lakeshore West GO Line

  • New regular GO train service to Niagara Region, starting with Stoney Creek in 2019 and Grimsby in 2021
  • Service every 15 minutes, all-day between Toronto and Burlington, seven days/week.
  • Express service every 15 minutes between Clarkson and Union in the morning and back in the evening by 2025
  • Service every hour between Toronto and Hamilton, seven days a week by 2025

Milton GO Line

  • Service every 15 minutes or better during rush hour between Milton and Toronto
  • More parking at Streetsville station.
  • Cooksville: New station building and parking structure with 800 additional spaces. Connection to the future LRT.
  • Kipling: New bus terminal introducing MiWay and GO bus services to the busy station.

Kitchener GO Line

  • All-day service, seven days a week to and from Bramalea, and as far as Mount Pleasant midday, evenings and weekends.
  • Station upgrades at Mount Pleasant, Brampton and Bramalea GO stations

Hurontario LRT

Expected to be complete in 2022, the new Hurontario LRT will make it easier to connect to the places you live, work, and play in Mississauga and Brampton, and across the entire region.

  • Fully accessible trains
  • Service every 5 minutes during rush hour and 7-10 minutes during off-peak hours
  • CONNECTIONS TO: Milton and Lakeshore GO train service, MiWay, Brampton Transit, Züm and Mississauga Transitway
  • Elevated bike paths on both sides of the street


of dedicated bus lanes


kilometres of fast, reliable light rail transit


projected population growth by 2041

Square One GO Bus Terminal

Opened in 2016, the Square One GO Bus Terminal’s new station building includes many new amenities to better serve you and improve your transportation experience.

  • Second busiest terminal in the GO bus network,serving over 20,000 customers daily
  • Upgraded amenities including Wi-Fi, heated waiting areas and a new station building
  • Direct GO bus connections for students and staff to McMaster University, University of Waterloo, University of Guelph, Wilfrid Laurier University, York University and Sheridan College

Mississauga Transitway

Opened in 2017, the Mississauga Transitway shortens your commute time with rapid service and more connections to local and regional transit.

  • 18 km dedicated bus corridor along Highway 403
  • Service every 4-5 minutes during rush hour and every 6 minutes during the midday
  • 12 new stations, many with Wi-Fi, heated waiting areas, bicycle lock-up and parking
  • Connections to MiWay, TTC and GO Transit networks

Lakeshore West GO Line

  • Service increased to every half-hour during midday, evening and weekend hours
  • 26 new weekly trips between Oakville and Union Station
  • 1,200 more parking spaces at Clarkson GO station
  • In September 2018, introduced 50 per cent more midday train service Monday to Friday – an extra train every hour.

Milton GO Line

  • Lisgar GO station built, serving customers in West Mississauga
  • Service increased from 60 to 100 trips per week
  • Upgrades at Meadowvale, Streetsville, Erindale, Cooksville, and Dixie GO stations

Kitchener GO Line

  • Line extended to Kitchener, serving Acton, Guelph and Kitchener-Waterloo
  • Service increased from 95 to 150 trips per week
  • Regular midday trips to and from Union GO station to Mount Pleasant GO station
  • Upgraded stations, including more parking at Mount Pleasant, Brampton, Bramalea and Malton GO

The long-term benefits of expanded transit are huge. But we know the construction needed to make expanded transit possible in Peel will unavoidably cause disruption and inconvenience in the short-term. We promise to keep you informed and to work with you to make sure disruptions are kept to a minimum.