Taking GO and UP Express during significant TTC subway disruptions (GO protocol)

We work with GO Transit and UP Express to get you to where you need to go when there is a significant service disruption on the subway. During these events a GO protocol may be put into place. If this happens, you can board a GO or UP Express train at designated stations without having to tap your PRESTO card a second time. You only need to pay one fare in order to board the train. If you haven’t already tapped your PRESTO card at a TTC station, you will need to tap onto a PRESTO card reader at the GO or UP Express station before you board a GO or UP Express train. Remember to tap your PRESTO card after you get off the GO or UP train. If the GO protocol is activated, information about which GO or UP Express stations are being used will be shared on our @ttchelps and @ttcnotices Twitter accounts and through the media.

6 Service Alerts

57 Midland: Detour via Pitfield Rd, Brimley Rd and Progress Ave due to construction.

Last updated May 15, 8:48 PM

6 Bay: Detour southbound via Gerrard St E, University Ave and Adelaide St E & northbound via Richmond St W, University Ave and Gerrard St E due to a demonstration.

Last updated May 15, 7:54 PM

506/306 Carlton streetcars diverting until 4 am on May 19 due to sinkhole repairs. 506/306 Carlton will divert both ways via Parliament St, Dundas St W, Spadina Ave and College St. Bus replacement will be running.

Last updated May 15, 1:04 PM

Line 2: This Sunday only, subway service between Kipling and Islington stations will begin at noon due to signal system maintenance. Shuttle buses will run.

Last updated May 15, 7:15 AM

6 Bay: Detour until 4am on May 19 via Gerrard St W, University Ave and Edward St due to a watermain break repair.

Last updated May 14, 7:02 PM

Dundas: Elevator out of service between Yonge-Dundas Square entrance, Line 1 northbound platform, and underpass.

Last updated May 13, 7:08 AM

Please note that in the event of a subway service delay, shuttle buses will be deployed to assist passengers. However, shuttle buses cannot carry the same passenger volume as a subway.