About Transportation Services

GO Transit has advised that effective January 5, 2019, GO buses will no longer service York University from the Keele campus.

All York University bound GO Transit buses will terminate at Highway 407 Station located at Jane Street and highway 407.

The decision to relocate GO buses to Highway 407 Station has always been a part of the longer-term plan to move service from campus to Highway 407 Station.

When the subway opened in December 2017, GO Transit bus services on the Keele campus remained in effect to help minimize impacts and ease with the transition. Part of that strategy was the implementation of the Discounted Double Fare with the TTC of $1.50. To take advantage of the discounted double fare a PRESTO™ card is required.

York University encourages transit riders to visit the websites of their specific transit service providers for the most up to date schedule and routing information.

For the most up-to-date information on service changes, or to plan your trip, please visit GO Transit .

If you have questions, please visit our FAQ page; if your questions are not addressed in the FAQs, please contact us transit@yorku.ca

Transportation Services encourage commuting to the University as an alternative to single occupant vehicles, and supports community members in taking public transit, carpooling, biking, walking or in-line skating. The goal is to reduce the demand for parking at York University by increasing awareness of alternative sustainable methods of transportation.

Transportation Services actively works with our local public transit agencies to provide the best possible services to meet the transportation needs of the York University community. Furthermore, Transportation Services offers a complimentary shuttle service to the GO Train Station, a shuttle between the Glendon-Keele campus and Van Go - a mobility service for people with disabilities.

York University is one of the founding members of the Smart Commute - North Toronto, Vaughan (Smart Commute NTV), which is a non-profit with a mandate to raise awareness to reduce traffic congestion and to advocate for sustainable transportation.

At the 2012 Smart Commute Awards, York University was honoured as the top employer of the year, for outstanding achievement in the areas of commitment, leadership, innovation and results in sustainable transportation.