MORE PLATFORM CHANGES
AT UNION STATION

STARTING NOVEMBER 29

Now that we’re finishing work on the train shed roof structure at Union Station, we’ll be making platform changes affecting some weekday trains starting November 29.

If you’re travelling on departing afternoon Milton, Kitchener, Lakeshore West and Barrie lines, you will need to board your train on different platforms. Always check the departures boards before heading up to the platform – platform changes can happen at any time.

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Your new platform

KITCHENER

Departure Time New Platform
15:35 9 & 10
16:20 9 & 10
16:50* 9 & 10
17:02 11 & 12
17:20 9 & 10
17:50 9 & 10
18:50 9 & 10

*Express trains

Barrie

Departure Time New Platform
15:40 11 & 12
16:10 13
16:40 11 & 12
17:05 13
17:35 11 & 12
18:05 13
18:35 11 & 12
19:05 11 & 12

Milton

Departure Time New Platform
15:40 4
16:10 4
16:40 4
16:55 4
17:10 4
17:25 4
17:40 4
17:55 4
18:25 4
19:10 4

Lakeshore West

Departure Time New Platform
15:15 5 & 6
15:30* 7 & 8
15:40 5 & 6
16:00* 7 & 8
16:10 5 & 6
16:30* 7 & 8
16:40 5 & 6
17:00* 7 & 8
17:10 5 & 6
17:15* 7 & 8
17:30* 7 & 8
17:40 5 & 6
18:00* 7 & 8
18:15 5 & 6
18:30* 7 & 8
18:43 5 & 6
19:13 5 & 6

*Express trains

If your trip is not listed, that means your platform is likely not changing.

MAP

Map of Union Station concourses. Refer to the tables elsewhere on this page for platform assignments.
Location Platform

Bay East Teamway

Platforms 4 - 13

Bay West Teamway

Platforms 3 - 27

VIA Concourse

Platforms 4, 5, 8, 9, 12, 13, 24 - 27

York Concourse

Platforms 3 - 27

York East Teamway

Platforms 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11

York West Teamway

Platforms 4 -27

Union Station Bus Terminal

Platform 3

Skywalk

Platform 3

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SAFETY TIPS

The best commute is a safe one. To avoid crowding on our platforms, please spread along the platform, be aware of your surroundings and leave yourself with extra travel time. And always remember to stand behind that yellow line, as it puts you at a safe distance from oncoming trains. For your safety, please do not block stairwells or doorways, and do not stop at the bottom or top of escalators. Most importantly, you should never cross the tracks. Thank you for your patience as we work to improve Union Station.

Union Station Revitalization

Union Station is our country’s busiest transportation hub. Maintaining and increasing service for our customers as we carry out this work is a big undertaking. The station was built nearly a century ago and significant improvements are needed to meet growing GO ridership demand and support future service increases.

The multi-year project to improve your experience at Union Station will mean some future boarding adjustments as we make it easier to access your train and widen some platforms, create better connections to transit and local attractions, and add more amenities, including retail level and food options.

It is an exciting time in transit and the work at Union Station reflects the transformation that is underway as the foundation of our rail network. We know that construction is inconvenient for our customers today but this work will make for an easy, seamless and positive experience for all our customers in the future. For more information on the revitalization of Union Station, please visit gotransit.com/unionstation.