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More stations, more service, more connections.

Whether you’re in Toronto, York Region or Simcoe County, life can be busy. You’ve got a lot on your plate, and you’re looking for balance – you’re looking for easier ways to seamlessly get where you need to go. That’s what the Barrie GO line expansion will offer. We’re supporting the life you lead by bringing you all-day, two-way GO train service that fits your schedule. From Lake Simcoe to Lake Ontario and everywhere in between, we’ve got you covered.

Step into a regional transit system that will take you anywhere you need to go across the Greater Golden Horseshoe. New stations like Downsview Park GO mean new connections to the subway in Toronto, while all-day service will connect you to the TTC, Barrie Transit, and YRT/Viva.

The goal is big: building over 1,200 kilometers of rapid transit across the region to ensure that over 80% percent of residents will live within two kilometres of rapid transit. We’re improving service now and into the future so transit will help York and Simcoe grow.

This project will bring opportunities like we’ve never had before. Whether you live in Barrie and commute to downtown Toronto for work, or take your kids to hockey practice in East Gwillimbury, or have enrolled in classes at York University, Barrie GO expansion will empower you to live the life you want to live.
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All proposed new station stops are subject to completion of a full business case analysis.

Public Meeting #5 (November 28, 2019)

Public Meeting #4 (November 12, 2019)

Notice of Commencement and Public Engagement (May 11, 2017)

Public Meeting #3 (Update York South-Weston - February 6, 2017)

Public Meeting #2 (November 2016)

Meeting Presentation

Story Boards

Public Meeting #1 (November 2015)



Environmental assessment and design progress

  • Davenport Grade Separation – Residents Panel recommendations are being reviewed and the timing of the EA to be determined
  • EA for double tracking underway and approval anticipated fall 2017
  • New Caledonia GO station (intersecting with the Eglinton Crosstown) EA and design is underway
  • Working closely with York Region on their EA for the widening of Rutherford Road