Go bus map
Toronto bus station map. Go bus map (Canada) to print. Go bus map (Canada) to download. GO Bus service uses 17 bus stations, with numerous intermediate stops and ticket agencies as its shown in go bus map, in addition to providing off-peak and express services to GO Train stations. The stations have a wide range of owner/operator/user relationships; GO owned facility with exclusive use or shared with local bus service; municipal transit operation shared by GO; intercity terminal shared with Greyhound, Coach Canada, etc. There are also bus routes that serve universities and colleges during the school year.
For bus services, GO Transit primarily operates single-level coach buses and double-decker buses. A majority of the go buses in the fleet are single-level D4500 coach buses built by MCI, which can seat 57 people as its mentioned in go bus map. As of April 2008, GO began operating 22 Enviro 500 double-decker buses built by Alexander Dennis.
Go buses run exclusively on GO Highway 407 and Highway 403 corridor on the Oakville GO Station branch as you can see in the go bus map. All of the go buses are equipped with bike racks. Go bus feature reclining seats and other amenities as its shown in the go bus map. Once GO receives more, it will provide go bus service to York Region.