The Ontario NDP are making a push for all-day, two-way GO service for Kitchener, two weeks before the city holds a provincial byelection.
"The people of Kitchener have been left waiting for long enough and they deserve better," said Marit Stiles, the party's leader, in the legislature. "Excuses aren’t going to help the people of Kitchener-Waterloo get to and from work."
Improving transit along the Kitchener-Toronto corridor is not a new idea. Premier Doug Ford originally committed to providing the city with all-day, two-way GO service in the run-up to the 2018 provincial election.