I don’t know about you, but when it comes to any kind of travel, safety ranks as pretty much the most important thing. Just sayin', I’m trying to arrive wherever I’m going as calmly and as intact as possible.\nAnd apparently GO Transit agrees. All Torontonians/ Hamiltonians/ anyone in Ontario will know, getting to and from the 6ix would not be possible without GO.\nView this post on Instagram (Unpopular) opinion: time spent commuting is fun💁🏻♂️. Time and time again, I am reminded of the significance our perspective has in how we live our lives. Example: Most people dislike commuting.🚉 With travel times at least two hours, I can honestly say I did to. Until I realized it can be an opportunity to learn how others use their time. After some intentional observations over the past year, the #gotransit grind is now TWO hours of dedicated time to read, work, study, build relationships, do anything as long it contributes to an area of my life in a #meaningful way. It’s also a place of subtle entertainment. It’s pretty amusing when many people sitting together are sleeping and each of them have their mouths open😪😵. It’s also odd how the most nicely dressed people almost never leave themselves vulnerable to my musings🕴🏻🤔 . #toronto #yyz #commute #sunset #fatalframes #instagood #depthobsessed #moodygrams #citykillerz #createcommune #createexplore #justgoshoot #agameoftones #artofvisuals #moodyports #eclectic_shotz #visualsoflife #stayandwander #streetclassics #旅好きな人と繋がりたい A post shared by Derek Ho (@derek_what) on May 4, 2019 at 8:50pm PDT\nSure, you can drive... or not, since kicking back on the train or bus and not having to worry about a thing is the ideal way to go (pun definitely intended).\nGO’s new campaign is all about raising awareness of safety because, guys, let’s get real: so many things are totally avoidable! I know, I know — it sounds like I’m stating the obvious, but hear me out.\nView this post on Instagram Today marks our 51st anniversary and we just want to say thank you for coming along for the ride! Check out our virtual museum to see where we’ve been and where we’re going: gotransit.com/goingstrong #GOTransit #Metrolinx ___________________________________________________________________ Nous fêtons aujourd'hui notre 51e anniversaire et nous tenons à vous remercier d'avoir parcouru tout ce chemin avec nous! Consultez notre musée virtuel pour voir ce que nous avons accompli et ce qui s'en vient: gotransit.com/goingstrong #GOTransit #Metrolinx A post shared by GOTransit (@gotransitofficial) on May 23, 2018 at 1:15pm PDT\nWe’re all creatures of habit — from where we park at GO stations to the seats we ride in. In other words, with routine comes, ahem, certain behaviors that sometimes risk our own safety and that of others.\nWhat’s super cool about this six-week campaign is that GO is featuring installations at six different stations across the GTA. This includes Union Station, Bramalea, Oakville, Burlington, Guildwood, and Exhibition.\nGO Transit\nPlus, each of these installations will call out common safety concerns — think anything related to walking, boarding, and even parking.\nHere’s what’s up at each installation:\nBacteria-resistant paint on handrails (how cool!), ‘cause ain’t nobody got time to slip and fall.\nGO Transit\nIncreased signage to mark safe crossing areas and dissuade running across parking lots, plus a reminder to stay behind the yellow line when on the platform.\nA cool interactive backpack installation at Union Station to remind y’all of the safety implications of wearing a backpack while on the platform.\nView this post on Instagram 8:55 am | Union Station GO • Where to? 🛤️ A post shared by GRANDE, Peter (@itspetergrande) on May 10, 2019 at 7:24am PDT\nAnd real talk, guys, as GO is always promoting safety all year round, their dispatch is available 24/7 at 1-877-297-0642.\nTo explore more of GO's latest campaign, check out the installations for yourself! And be sure to tag your photos with #GOsafely on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.