Ontario is making it easier for commuters and families to get around the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area by improving Rutherford GO Station with more parking and additional customer-friendly features.
Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca was joined by Greg Percy, Chief Operating Officer for Metrolinx, at Rutherford GO Station today to announce that the province is taking the next steps to redevelop the station. Improvements will include:
The improvements will allow for increased GO service along the Barrie GO corridor and support GO Regional Express Rail (RER), which will provide faster and more frequent service across the GO Transit rail network and is the largest commuter rail project in Canada.
Ontario is making the largest infrastructure investment in hospitals, schools, public transit, roads and bridges in the province's history. To learn more about what's happening in your community, go to Ontario.ca/Build ON.
Improving public transit to enhance people’s commute is part of our plan to create jobs, grow our economy and help people in their everyday lives.
“As commuters, we depend on a reliable GO rail network that will help ensure residents from Vaughan have convenient ways to get to work, school and their appointments. Today’s announcement is an important milestone in our progress in providing 15 minute, two way - all day service to our community and all those along the Barrie GO rail corridor.”
— Steven Del Duca, Minister of Transportation
"Metrolinx is pleased to have issued a Request for Qualifications for construction services to expand infrastructure at Rutherford GO Station. This project includes a new multi-level parking structure with 1,200 new parking spots, and the Rutherford grade separation which will increase community safety and enable faster, more frequent GO train service along the Barrie corridor."
— Greg Percy, Chief Operating Officer for Metrolinx
“I am pleased to see continued infrastructure investment in the City of Vaughan. This announcement of improvements to Rutherford GO Station demonstrates the Province of Ontario’s commitment to municipalities by making it easier for residents to access transit. This is an important time for transit in our growing community. On behalf of the City, I thank Metrolinx and the province for committing to this project, which will contribute to Vaughan’s bright future.”
— Maurizio Bevilacqua, Mayor of Vaughan
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