Jane/407 GO BUS STATION

The Project

Jane/407 GO BUS STATION

GO Transit is continuing to partner with the TTC help customers reach their destination. GO is collaborating on the Jane and Highway 407 Station, which is a part of the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension, a multi-modal transit hub hosting TTC subway, and YRT/VIVA and GO Transit bus service.

This station will host the largest GO Bus Terminal in the system, and this part of the station will be owned and operated by GO. The terminal will include 18 bus bays with canopies (13 for GO Transit and 5 for YRT/VIVA), 17 bus layover bays, accessible washrooms, a GO customer service counter, PRESTO and ticket vending equipment, an indoor customer waiting area, a bike storage facility, real-time service displayed, and elevators and escalators that will seamlessly connect to the subway.

The station itself will have approximately 600 TTC-owned parking spaces, 14 accessible parking spaces, a pick-up and drop-off area, and a barrier-free pedestrian path leading to the main entrance that is separated from vehicle traffic to ensure customer safety.

The station’s design features include a sloping bus terminal roof, glazed glass to ensure it is bird-friendly, as well as coloured and textured concrete. The interior walls and columns of the bus platforms and waiting area are constructed with white ceramic panels, with doors painted to match.

Bus routes are still being determined for the station, which is expected to be open in later this year, after the TTC has started their service.

Jane/407 GO BUS STATION   Jane/407 GO BUS STATION