Maple GO Station


Maple GO Station
Maple
GO Station
Maple GO Station.jpg
Station statistics
Address 30 Station Street
Maple, Ontario
Coordinates 43°51′33.8″N 79°30′25.6″W / 43.859389°N 79.507111°W / 43.859389; -79.507111Coordinates: 43°51′33.8″N 79°30′25.6″W / 43.859389°N 79.507111°W / 43.859389; -79.507111
Connections
Structure Wood frame historic station building
Platforms 1
Tracks 1
Parking 358 spaces
Bicycle facilities Yes
Other information
Opened 1853 (OS&H)
Rebuilt 1903 (GTR)
1982 (GOT)
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Code GO Transit: MAGO
Fare zone 61
Presto card Yes
Services
Preceding station   GO Transit   Following station
Barrie

Maple GO Station is a train and bus station in the GO Transit network located in Maple, Ontario in Canada. It is a stop on the Barrie line train service. The station building was constructed in 1903 by the Grand Trunk Railway in replacement of the original built in 1853 by the Ontario, Simcoe and Huron Union Railroad, that burned down.

The station has a small parking lot of only 208 parking spots. Many GO commuters using this station are forced to park on Hill Street because of the limited parking capacity. The increased ridership at this station is due to the nearby housing developments. To accommodate the increase of riders, a parking lot expansion has been completed and has increased the number of parking spots two-fold. Some of the capacity strain at this station was shunted to Rutherford GO Station after its completion in 2001.

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Services

The station is served by five trains heading southbound to Toronto each workday morning, and five trains heading northbound to Barrie in the afternoons. No train service is provided on weekends or holidays.

Connecting Transit

York Region Transit:

  • 22 King City

Toronto Transit Commission

  • 107D Keele North

In Film

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