GO Train service in Oakville interrupted
Published October 27, 2021 at 6:24 pm
Significant delays were expected on the Lakeshore West GO Train line on Wednesday night.
GO Transit said it “received a report of a person struck by a train near Bronte GO” in Oakville. As a result, the 5:13 p.m. westbound train, and all subsequent trains in both directions between Union Station in Toronto and the West Harbour GO station in Hamilton, will not be able to pass through Bronte until the situation is fully investigated.
“We expect it will take an extended period of time before we can return to our regular service,” GO Transit says.
The situation near Bronte GO is ongoing, For updated travel options Click https://t.co/vwtZS01TiU. We’ll keep you updated as we learn more.
— Lakeshore West Train (@GOtransitLW) October 27, 2021
Service was temporarily modified. Trains continued to run between Oakville GO and Union Station, as well as West Harbour GO and Appleby GO. Buses are running between GO’s Appleby (platform 9), Bronte GO (platform 9) and Oakville (platform 6) stations.
Regularly scheduled service resumed around 9:40 p.m. with “minor delays.”
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The pedestrian investigation is complete. We are returning to our regularly scheduled service with some minor delays. We greatly appreciate your patience and understanding. Click https://t.co/vwtZS01TiU for more info.
— Lakeshore West Train (@GOtransitLW) October 28, 2021