Metrolinx – Niagara Falls GO Rail Line Expansion – Ontario - Project Profile
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GO Transit (GOT), through Metrolinx is planning to expand the GO rapid transit network in Ontario, Canada.
The project involves the expansion of a 60km rapid transit network between Hamilton, Grimsby and Niagara Falls. It includes the construction of stations, a train layover facility and related infrastructure, the upgrade of train stations, the installation of signaling and safety systems, and the laying of 30km new tracks.
In April 2011, R. J. Burnside & Associates Ltd prepared an environmental study report for the project.
In June 2016, Metrolinx signed an agreement with the Canadian National Railway Company for the consultations, planning and design work required to implement the project.
In May 2017, Metrolinx presented the project plan to the Niagara Regional Council.
Construction is scheduled to be complete by 2023.
The project involves the expansion of a 60km rapid transit network between Hamilton, Grimsby and Niagara Falls in Ontario, Canada.
The US$107 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of stations
2. Construction of a train layover facility
3. Construction of parking facilities
4. Installation of signaling and safety systems
5. Laying of 30km new tracks
6. Upgrade of train stations
7. Construction of related infrastructure
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