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Currently, trains run only one way in the morning, towards Toronto, so they can’t be used by Guelph commuters to Kitchener.

Southwestern Ontario road warriors

Transportation data from Statistics Canada’s 2011 National Household Survey shows the majority of Guelph’s workforce living in Guelph.
As well, there were more people who lived outside of the city who came to Guelph to work than there were people who lived in Guelph and worked elsewhere.
The following are some of the survey numbers, which have been rounded off:
• Total people working
in Guelph: 65,100
• Total living and working
in Guelph: 39,785
• Guelph workers living
elsewhere: 25,315
• Guelph residents working
elsewhere: 14,725
• Living in Guelph,
commuting eastbound
to Toronto: 1,270
• to Mississauga: 1,645
• to Brampton: 465
• Living in Guelph,
commuting westbound
to Kitchener: 1,700
• to Waterloo: 1,230
• Commuting west to Guelph from Toronto: 650
• from Mississauga: 755
• from Brampton: 360
• Commuting east to Guelph from Kitchener: 5,070
• from Waterloo: 1,110
Note: With the exception of Waterloo, all of the locations named above are served by trains on GO Transit’s Kitchener rail corridor. But currently, trains run only one way in the morning, towards Toronto, so they can’t be used by Guelph commuters to Kitchener.

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