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Go Train passengers reveal three complaints as passenger numbers rise

Go Transit customers have said what they dislike the most about riding on the train.
Go Transit Customer Voice what they hate most about taking trains. Photo by Handout /Metrolinx

Inconsiderate riders who put their legs or bags on empty seats, Peeves ranks among the GO Train riders as one of the top priorities.

Passengers have spoken out about what they hate most about traveling on GO trains, and Metrolinx has responded with a new etiquette campaign that it hopes will encourage more respectful behavior.

Social media is flooded with photos of people putting their feet and bags on empty seats while riding the TTC, making both the top three Go Train complaint lists. It is not surprising to see the behavior of

The person who put the bag in the seat won the highest amount at Metrolinx. He said: This way the seats are available for others — because no one wants to stand all the way from Barry to Toronto.

The second most common complaint was quiet zone issues. During rush hour (6am-10am or 3pm-7pm), loud conversations and listening to audio without headphones are permitted on the upper floors of all his Go trains. Is not ...

"A short, quiet conversation is fine. Like whispering to the person next to you at the movie theater or library. Mute your electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops. Others Please turn down your headphones so people can't hear you."

Finally, I put my feet up on the seat and came third.

"Nobody wants a dirty pair of sneakers on the sofa, does it? This keeps seats clean and available for other customers.”

Metrolinx said passenger numbers are at “pre-pandemic levels.” …more customers are returning to the office and attending local events.” Empty trains, or near-empty trains that were common during the height of the pandemic. Trains are returning to more normal capacity.

In June, Metrolinx said passenger numbers on Saturday and Sunday were back to 70% of his pre-COVID levels.

A month ago, they announced that in response to an increase in staff, his Go trains on the Lakeshore East and Lakeshore West lines would be reduced from 10 cars on some weekdays and all weekend trips. It added that it was extended to 12 cars.

GO train service on the Barry and Kitchener lines has also been increased from 6 and 10 to 12 cars. That said, Metrolinx said last week about the Lakeshore West/Kitchener line:

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