Needless to say, GO Transit isn't handling this well. I realize that there's a lot of snow on the tracks and we can't control Mother Nature. But let's face it. Any commuter who takes the GO Train on a regular basis -- in particular the Lakeshore Line -- knows that it only takes a sneeze to screw up the system. "Oh oh. There's a little phlegm on the rails. Better shut it down."
GO Transit recently conducted a survey under the false pretence of improving the system. One of their brilliant ideas (my tongue is planted firmly in my cheek) is to be able to see a live view of the departure boards on their website.
Knowing that the trains would be a complete disaster, I logged onto their site.
This is what I saw:
Note that the 16:10 Lakeshore W. train has been delayed to 16:13.
Note that a few lines below that, the 16:13 Lakeshore W. train has been cancelled.
Now I know what you're thinking. You're thinking that the 16:13 was cancelled because the 16:10 was moved to its slot.
Turns out the 4:10 was moved to 4:13, then subsequently cancelled.
I may or may not get home tonight.