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Bradford GO Station

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Owned by  Metrolinx
Bus stands  1
Bicycle facilities  Yes
Province  Ontario
Platforms in use  2
Tracks  2
Parking  355 spaces
Opened  17 December 2007
Owner  Metrolinx
Bradford GO Station
Location  300 Holland St. E., Bradford Ontario, Canada
Address  Bradford West Gwillimbury, ON L0G 1R0, Canada
Similar  Acton GO Station, York University GO Station, Bowmanville GO Station, Aurora GO Station, St Catharines railway st

Bradford GO Station is a railway station and bus station in the GO Transit network located in Bradford, Ontario in Canada. It is 67 km north of Union Station in downtown Toronto, and was the terminus of the Bradford line before it was extended to Barrie and renamed the Barrie line on December 17, 2007.


Bradford station has weekday train service consisting of 5 trains southbound to Union Station in the morning, and 7 trains returning northbound to Allandale Waterfront Station in the afternoon. At other times, the station is served by GO bus route 68 which operates between Barrie Bus Terminal and Newmarket Bus Terminal, where passengers can transfer to GO bus route 65 toward Toronto.

Weekend train service consists of 3 trains southbound to Union station in the morning and 3 trains returning northbound in the evening. At other times, GO bus route 68 connects the station to Aurora GO station where passengers can transfer to the all-day weekend train service toward Toronto.


Bradford GO Station Wikipedia