By Ryan McGreal
Published April 30, 2009
GO Transit has announced that their entire fleet of GO Buses is now equipped with bike racks. Like the HSR bike racks, the GO Bus racks are on the front of the bus and can carry up to two bikes at a time.
In addition, bicycles and electric bicycles are permitted on GO Trains during off-peak hours on weekdays, (outside of 6:30-9:30 AM and 3:30-6:30 PM), plus all day on weekends and statutory holidays.
Folding bicycles are allowed on GO Trains at all times, though GO Transit does ask riders to follow folding bike etiquette.
As part of its strategy to encourage cycling, GO Transit is installing covered bicycle storage area in several stations by the end of 2009. Check the GO Transit Stations and Stops page to see if your station has or will have bike storage.
Related: watch a video on mounting a bicycle on an HSR bike rack.
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