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Simcoe Region

Change is coming.

Whether you live in Innisfil, Bradford, West Gwillimbury or Barrie, this is the connection you’ve been looking for. We’re making a big investment in GO rail so Simcoe will get the transit it needs. Convenience is opportunity. All-day service between Barrie and Bradford, or Newmarket and York University, could mean taking that job opportunity you’ve been craving, or getting to school in a whole new way.

Whether you want the chance of a lifetime or to get home on time, this expansion will open new doors in your life. Three new GO stations are proposed for the Barrie line – one at Kirby Road in Vaughan, another at Mulock in Newmarket, and a third at Innisfil in Simcoe County. These aren’t just new stops – they’re new options to move you where you need to go, when you want to get there.

From Lake Ontario to Lake Simcoe, GO is taking you where life leads you, from work to school or play.

30 minute rush hour service

Two-way service

All-day service

All alignments, stations, stops, locations, names and quantity of stations/stops are conceptual and subject to change.

Here is some of what’s happening across Simcoe County:

Early Station Improvements

Metrolinx is making improvements to Bradford, Barrie South and Allandale Waterfront GO Stations that will enable future infrastructure projects necessary for GO Transit expansion. GO Expansion will help support two-way, all-day electrified GO train service to core segments of the network. It will provide faster and more convenient transit for the Golden Horseshoe Region. Improvements include platform yellow edge tile, new service digital signs, elevator modernization, secured bike parking, and electrical room upgrades.

Bradford GO Station

Proposed improvements to Bradford GO Station include new sidewalks from the adjacent streets, new pedestrian crossings throughout the station, a bus access lane and three new bus bays adjacent to the platform for GO and local transit, expanded and dedicated passenger pick-up and drop-off spaces and 78 additional parking spots. These improvements support Barrie GO line expansion – helping to ease congestion and getting customers where they need to go better, faster, easier.

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

Community Documents