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Still no timeline for all-day, two-way GO in Guelph and Kitchener

February 14, 2024

KITCHENER — Ontario Greens released the following statement in response to news that the Ford government will begin accepting proposals for the replacement of Kitchener’s Frederick Street bridge to accommodate the future widening of Highway 7.

“If this government wants to get Kitchener moving, their top priority should be delivering on their long-overdue promise to bring all-day, two-way GO to our community,” said Ontario Greens Deputy Leader and MPP for Kitchener Centre Aislinn Clancy.

“Reliable transit is a must if we want to unlock the economic potential of a connected innovation corridor, reduce congestion and get people moving.”

“Kitchener and Guelph are growing communities,” said Ontario Greens Leader and MPP for Guelph Mike Schreiner. “Our residents need fast, reliable transit options that get them where they need to go.

“Greens continue to call on the government to immediately increase transit options in the region by implementing direct bus routes between Guelph and Kitchener-Waterloo and finally delivering all-day two-way GO train service.

“It’s what students, families and our community members deserve.”