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Ontario Northland trialling new Vaughan stop

Passengers will have access to connections with Toronto bus, subway services.
2018-08-28 Ontario Northland
Ontario Northland is testing out a new stop in Vaughan to help passengers from North Bay access Toronto transport services. (Ontario Northland photo)

Ontario Northland is testing out a new bus stop to help North Bay bus passengers access additional transportation options in Toronto.

The new stop – located at the Highway 407 terminal in Vaughan – will allow riders to access connections offered by GO Transit bus service, the TTC subway, and York Regional Transit.

“Providing seamless transportation connections for our passengers is important,” said Tracy MacPhee, Ontario Northland’s director of passenger operations, in a news release.

“The Highway 407 terminal is accessible and open seven days a week, making it convenient to connect to other transportation providers, in addition to being an ideal location for pickup and dropoffs.

“We have received positive feedback on the trial. Passengers have been utilizing the connection with GO’s route to Pearson International Airport, and the convenient link to the subway.”

Over the next few months, Ontario Northland will be monitoring ridership to determine if additional trips could benefit from this connection.

Current Schedule:
Toronto to North Bay
Highway 407 Departure – 10:05 a.m. & 8:05 p.m.

North Bay to Toronto
Highway 407 Arrival – 12:10 p.m. & 9:10 p.m.

Schedule and travel information is available at or by calling 1-800-461-8558.