Go train map
Toronto go train map. Go train map (Canada) to print. Go train map (Canada) to download. Most GO Train routes operate only in peak rush-hour periods towards Union Station, which accounts for over 90% of its train ridership as its shown in go train map. To date, the only off-peak go train service exists on parts of the Lakeshore lines; hourly go trains operate on weekdays off-peak hours and weekends between Aldershot and Oshawa. Each train runs with a three-person crew.
Two engineers drive the go train and handle related operations as its mentioned in go train map. The third crew member is the customer service ambassador who deals with passenger service issues, stationed in the accessibility coach in the middle of the train. Bombardier Transportation is responsible for providing train operations (except the Milton line), taking over from CN crews in 2007. CP crews continue operate the Milton line. GO trains achieve on-time performance of 95%.
Although Go has always owned its locomotives and coaches, GO trackage was originally owned entirely by Canada two major commercial railways: the large majority by the Canadian National Railway (CNR) and the remainder by Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR). In 1988, GO extended part of the Lakeshore East line onto its first-ever section of self-owned purpose-built trackage. Since 2000, GO has incrementally acquired further trackage from the two commercial railways in order to improve service. As of March 2011, Metrolinx owns 61% of the rail corridors on which GO trains operate (see go train map).
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) provides the most connections with GO Trains and convenient connections can be made between the trains and TTC buses, streetcars, and subway trains. In total, GO trains and buses serve a population of 7 million in a 11,000 square kilometres (4,200 sq mi) area radiating in places more than 140 kilometres (87 mi) from downtown Toronto as you can see in go train map.
All day GO Train service ran from Oakville to Pickering with limited rush hour train service to Hamilton as its shown in go train map. The Milton GO Train line opened in 1981, followed by the Bradford and Stouffville lines a year later, establishing the 7 rail corridors that today rail service is based upon.