GO Transit Improvements Coming to Markham-Stouffville
May 30, 2019 (Toronto) — Markham-Stouffville GO Transit users can look forward to seeing several improvements to local infrastructure in the months ahead.
The province – through Metrolinx and Infrastructure Ontario – is releasing a Request for Proposals to a list of teams pre-qualified to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the infrastructure needed for the On-Corridor Works project, the largest capital project in the GO Expansion Program, which will deliver two-way, all-day service every 15 minutes over core segments of the GO Rail network.
“This announcement is great news for residents and businesses who rely on GO Transit,” says MPP Paul Calandra. “These are the kinds of improvements which will help Markham-Stouffville grow.”
Proposals have been requested by Minister of Transportation Jeff Yurek and Minister of Infrastructure Monte McNaughton on May 30 for improvements including:
“Our government has moved quickly over the last nine months to increase GO Train service for people throughout the region,” says Calandra.
“The GO Rail Expansion program will make travelling across the GTHA a faster, easier and more integrated and seamless experience for customers than ever before.”
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