GO Rail Expansion - On-Corridor Works
- Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area
- Project Type:
- Progressive DBOM - Design Build Operate Maintain
- Infrastructure Type:
- Contract Value:
- Announced after Development Phase
About the Project
The On Corridor Works project is the largest capital infrastructure project in the Province’s historic GO Rail Expansion program. On Corridor work includes all works that facilitate train service, such as track, civil infrastructure, signalling, electrification infrastructure and electric vehicles, as well as the operations and maintenance of the GO rail network.
GO Rail Expansion will transform the transportation network in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area over the next decade. Metrolinx will transform the GO Transit rail network into a system that will deliver two-way, all-day service every 15 minutes over core segments of the GO Rail network. System-wide infrastructure upgrades will include: adding tracks, expanding stations, electrification of the rail network, new locomotives and train control systems to enable more frequent service.
Request for QualificationsApr 03, 2018
Short-list Bidders SelectedMay 30, 2019
Request for ProposalsMay 31, 2019
Winning Bidder SelectedApr 19, 2022
The scope of work includes:
- Operation of train services including train crewing
- Timetable planning and train control for all operators across the GO-owned network
- Design, construction and integration, of the railway corridor (civil infrastructure, tracks, systems, signalling etc.)
- Maintenance and rehabilitation of new railway corridor assets and select existing railway corridor assets
- Maintenance, servicing and cleaning of all rolling stock and procurement of new rolling stock
- Construction of new maintenance and train storage and/or layover facilities
- Reconstruction of Union Station track and platforms
- Compliance with Metrolinx safety, security and emergency management policies
- Reduced traffic congestion, greenhouse gases and fuel consumption
- Improved quality of life for commuters by reducing daily travel time
- Design and construction of the project will generate employment opportunities and produce significant benefits for commuters.
- The On-Corridor Works project is being delivered using a Progressive DBOM model. Key features of a Progressive DBOM model include the opportunity for development partners and owners to work more collaboratively to refine design, optimize schedule, reduce risk and finalize pricing before construction.
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