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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Shared-Ride Taxi Programs


Taxi-to-GO is a shared-ride taxi service providing transit to and from the GO station during the early morning and evening train periods. The service is being provided by Town Taxi through a fare-sharing arrangement with Metrolinx and the Town of BWG.

Getting to the Bradford GO Station in the morning and home again at night couldn’t be easier!

  1. Call Town Taxi (905-775-5656) by 8 p.m. the day before to book your ride
    between any BWG Transit stop and the GO Station.
  2. Provide your bus or train time (service available for weekday departures between
    5:50 and 7:55 a.m. and 
    arrivals between 5:20 and 7:20 p.m.). Come here often?
    Pre-book up to a week’s rides at a time!
  3. A taxi bearing the BWG Transit logo will pick you up at the stop or station
    at the pre-determined time.
  4. Pay your driver the low fare of $3 per person per ride (cash only),
    or provide a valid PRESTO card and 
    pay just $0.50 cash per person per ride! ​

​CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations must be made by minimum two hours prior to the agreed upon pick-up time. Passengers who are repeat "no shows" or fail to provide adequate notice on more than one occasion may be suspended from or barred from using this service.

PLEASE NOTE: This service is designed to allow commuters to share a taxi to the GO station, thus enabling the lower fare. The Taxi-to-GO vehicle cannot accommodate large articles such as strollers, luggage, etc. If you require transportation to the GO station with large articles, you must advice the taxi dispatcher and regular taxi fares will apply.​

At the conclusion of the pilot project, the Town will determine whether to end, continue or expand the service. Users of the service will be given at least two weeks' notice if the service is to be discontinued.

​Shared-Ride Taxi to Bond Head 

This pilot project to determine the demand for transit between Bond Head and Bradford has now concluded. Interest in the program was insufficient to continue the program at this time. ​