Barrie South GO Station
|Location||833 Yonge Street, Barrie
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Bus stands||5 bus bays|
|Structure type||Brick station building|
|Station code||GO Transit: BSGO|
|Opened||17 December 2007|
The station's opening restored GO train service to Barrie, which had been eliminated in the 1990s.
Barrie South station has weekday train service consisting of 7 trains southbound to Union Station in the morning, and 7 trains 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 East Gwillimbury GO Station, 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.
- 4A East Bayfield terminus to Georgian Mall
- 4B South GO terminus from Georgian Mall
- 8B NB Crosstown
- 8A SB Yonge
- 68B southbound to East Gwillimbury GO Station
- 68C southbound to Aurora GO Station
- 68B, 68C northbound to Barrie Bus Terminal
- McInroy, Ian (21 January 2012). "New GO station is ready to go". Barrie Examiner. Retrieved 2012-01-27.
- Blenkhorn, Leigh (18 December 2008). "A 'wonderful' year for GO user". Barrie Advance. Archived from the original on 2008-12-21. Retrieved 2008-12-30.
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- "New GO stations". GO Transit. Archived from the original on 2007-10-12. Retrieved 2007-11-02.
- "GO TRANSIT EXTENDS RAIL SERVICE TO THE CITY OF BARRIE". Transport Canada. 2007-12-16. Archived from the original on 18 December 2007. Retrieved 2007-12-17.
- "Barrie Line 2017" (PDF). GO Transit. 2 September 2017. Retrieved 6 September 2017.
- Media related to Barrie South GO Station at Wikimedia Commons
- GO Transit station page for Barrie South GO Station
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