GO Transit in Barrie
Barrie has two GO stations: the Allandale Waterfront GO Station and the Barrie South GO Station. New to GO?
GO Transit Fare Integration Program
When you board a Barrie Transit bus you’re on the right track because the system is a fast, friendly and convenient way to make your GO Train connection each morning and when you get home. When connecting to the GO Train, your Barrie Transit ride is free if you have a valid GO Transit ticket or Presto Fare Card and your ride is within 30 minutes of arrival or departure train times at Allandale Waterfront or Barrie South GO stations. Please note: the Presto Fare Card is accepted as a valid visual pass and will be accepted for the FREE ride.
Allandale Waterfront GO Station
Barrie’s Allandale Waterfront GO Station became operational on January 30, 2012. The GO stop, just south of our waterfront area, includes a 12-car side rail platform with heated shelters, a mini-platform, an enclosed pedestrian tunnel to Gowan Street, a six-bay bus platform with shelter, and a Kiss 'n' Ride drop-off lane. 152 free parking spaces are available on the north side of Gowan Street. As this station being an urban centre we encourage commuters to pursue methods of active transportation (walking, cycling) as parking is limited.
Barrie Transit may be used Monday to Friday to access to train service at the Waterfront GO Train Station, please refer to the Barrie Transit GO Train connection chart (revised June 24 2016).
Barrie South GO Station
The Barrie South GO Station has 650 parking spaces available. Please refer to the GO Train connection chart (revised June 24 2016) for Barrie Transit connection times.
GO Train Weekend Service
Beginning December 31, 2016, GO Transit offers weekend train service along the Barrie corridor. Serving all stations from Allandale Waterfront to Union on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. Please refer to the Weekend & Holiday GO schedule or visit gotransit.com for more details, subject to change without notice. Provide your feedback on the service: Join GO Transit's online advisory panel.
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