Kitchener Line GO Expansion
- Kitchener Line GO Expansion
Kitchener GO Line Expansion
More trips, more connections, more of what you need.
Transforming the Kitchener Line into a two-way, all-day rapid transit line is a massive undertaking.
The project is made up of many different pieces of work that once complete, will fit together seamlessly to deliver increased service and connections from Union Station to Kitchener GO Station.
To deliver increased service on the Kitchener Line, improvements are being made along the rail corridor and to some existing stations – and the work is well underway. Metrolinx is working to deliver more rail service to communities along the Kitchener Line as quickly as we can.
Additional GO service will be introduced incrementally as key segments of work are completed.
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The work has already started on the Kitchener Line to get you where you need to go, better, faster, and easier, with two-way, all-day rail service.
Expanded rail service will provide the residents of Kitchener-Waterloo, Guelph-Wellington, Halton, Peel and beyond with more service and more connections to the larger GO Transit network, connecting people to education and job opportunities and allowing people to choose transit for more of their trips.
In the news
Another round of work kicks off on the Kitchener Line that will see an upgraded Bloor GO Station and West Toronto Railpath
July 26, 2022
More work is happening on the Kitchener Line that will help bring two-way, all-day service from Toronto’s Union Station to Kitchener GO Station. [Read More]
First phase of work to expand Kitchener GO Line service kicks off
May 3, 2022
Shovels are set to break ground on the first phase of work that will transform the Kitchener GO Line into a frequent rapid transit experience – with GO Train service that runs outside of rush hour. [Read More]
Guelph construction continues to expand Kitchener Line service
March 1, 2022
To provide two-way, all-day service to the Kitchener Line, upgrades and improvements are underway. [Read More]
Metrolinx making key rail crossings upgrades near Kitchener
March 9, 2021
Kitchener Line safety improvements one more step towards all-day, two-way GO Train service. [Read More]
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More trips, more trains, more of what you need.
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