Year-round weekend GO rail service to Niagara will unlock access to world-class tourist destination and spur economic growth
We’re taking another step in our plan to fight gridlock by delivering more frequent GO rail service across the Greater Golden Horseshoe.
Our PC government is bringing back year-round weekend GO rail service between Union Station and Niagara Falls. The service will include two round trips each day, offering travellers a faster, more direct journey between downtown Toronto and Canada’s top tourist destination.
“Niagara Falls is a world class tourist venue and draws millions of visitors each year from all over the globe,” said Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario and MPP for Etobicoke North. “Bringing back GO service 365 days a year will make it easier for everyone to access this incredible destination and will boost local businesses all across this region. Our government is getting it done for transit riders across the Greater Golden Horseshoe.”
Beginning this fall, we’ll reinstate weekend GO train trips between Toronto’s Union Station and Niagara Falls beyond the previous seasonal end date of October 15, 2022.
With more GO rail service from Toronto, visitors and residents can easily plan a Niagara adventure and experience the beauty and excitement of the area – all just a short train ride away.