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Stations have been approved in Vaughan for the Kirby Road site serving the community of Hope , at Mulock Drive in Newmarket, and in Innisfil. Planning for commuter services resulted in the establishment of the by 1970, from which commuters would be taken to the to commute to Toronto. Under the Regional Express Rail initiative, new stations are planned in Toronto at West near and subway station and at near with access to the neighbourhood and streetcars. The entire project was completed in June 2007. Road and rail grade separation will be undertaken at Rutherford Road immediately north of , and at McNaughton Road north of. The candidate location Bathurst Street at Side Road 15 was deferred for future consideration. Archived from on December 6, 2016.

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This process anticipates a start of construction in 2017. On September 17, 1990, the line was extended to Barrie, but was again cut back to Bradford on July 5, 1993. It cost 400,000 to operate. Archived from on 11 December 2005. Weekday travel to Union Station starts at Allandale Waterfront Go, Aurora Go, and Bradford Go. It extends from in in a generally northward direction to , and includes ten stations along its 101. The line also has hourly, two-way service between Union and Aurora during off peak times.

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Weekday trips start at 9:00am with the last trip at 11:40pm and most often run every 30 minutes. Archived from on 28 November 2005. It will lie between Bloor Street West and Saint Clair Avenue West parallel to Lansdowne Avenue. One is at 5th Line near Lefroy's Lormel subdivision and the other at 6th Line near the future Sleeping Lion development in south Alcona. The weekend summer service had 105 daily riders in 2012 32,000 total for six trains per day , and 220 daily riders in 2013 41,000 total for four trains per day. Archived from on 24 November 2007.

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Metrolinx announced that an environmental assessment for the station would begin in the summer of 2015. By 2008, the annual number of riders on the Barrie line was almost 3. The city of has integrated the station into its design plans for a mixed use development near the intersection of and the rail corridor. Five trips in each direction cover the full route from Toronto to Barrie, while the remainder operate between Toronto and Aurora. January 7, 2001 970 September 6, 2002 0 No off-peak service December 30, 2017 0 Connection to Est.

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For the summers of 2014, 2015 and 2016, the same train service was provided, but without non-stop buses to Canada's Wonderland, requiring those passengers to transfer instead to local bus service at. The final list of recommended candidate locations were the sites at Innisfil, Mulock Drive, Kirby Road, and a location between Davenport Road and Bloor Street, and Spadina Road. Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. Starting November 4, to better reflect actual travel times, the schedule will be updated for the 11:15 p. Times at other stops remain unchanged.

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Another trial commuter service from Barrie to Toronto was operated in late 1972, carrying 13,483 passengers. From 1982 to 1990 and again from 1993 to 2007, it was known as the Bradford line, named after its former terminus at until the opening of. In 2006, the number of daily trains on the line doubled again to four in each direction. The maximum speed on the line is 128 kilometres per hour 80 mph , between Bradford and Barrie South. Bradford station is not protected and has been heavily altered. . In addition to Union Station, four station buildings along the Barrie Line are federally protected by the.

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Holiday Schedules Regular service that falls on a holiday is never completely dropped for dates within the current data publication. Of these, most were rejected as unsuitable, either because they were too close to other stations, or for failing to meet other criteria, such as connections to other services, proximity to urban growth centres, construction viability, urban density, or necessary infrastructure. Archived from on November 6, 2006. These were, from north to south, at Innisfil, Holland Yard, Mulock Drive, St John's Sideroad, Yonge Street, Bathurst Street at Side Road 15, Dufferin Street, Kirby Road, Keele Street at Teston Road, Langstaff Road, Highway 7, Steeles Avenue, Finch Avenue, Downsview Park, Wilson Avenue, Lawrence Avenue, Caledonia Road, Rogers Road, St Clair Avenue West, Davenport Road, Dupont Street, and Bloor Street. The summer service cost 520,000 to operate, including train crews, safety and enforcement, station staffing and fuel.

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At and stations, historic station buildings remain but are used for other purposes, while at and stations, the historic stations buildings continue to be in use. Metrolinx consults municipalities and the public, but selects site locations based on ridership, other transit connections and the cost to construct at a location. Archived from on 30 December 2005. Frequency Weekday trips most often run every 30 minutes. Metrolinx has rated Innisfil as high for affordability of construction, but low for ridership. The grade separated crossing will be on a 1.

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Go train barrie line

He applied for a grant of 97,200 from the to operate a commuter train for twelve weeks, with one train leaving Barrie in the morning for Toronto, and a return trip at night. Weekend trips start at 9:00am with the last trip at 11:40pm and most often run about every 1 hour. On December 31, 2016, year-round weekend train service was introduced with service every 75 minutes in both directions between Toronto and Aurora, including three daily trains per direction covering the full route between Toronto and Barrie. The two locations are about 1. From 2010 to 2014, ridership on the line increased 70% based on cordon count data.

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