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Exhibition GO Station Improvement

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Exhibition GO Station Improvement

We're Transforming Your Station!

Shovels are officially in the ground for the Ontario Line at Exhibition GO Station. This station will be a vital transit hub for Ontario Line, GO and TTC customers and is sure to be one of the most popular Ontario Line stations with 12,100 customers passing through during the busiest travel hour by 2041.

Future Exhibition Station north entrance building and shared GO/Ontario Line concourse.

Pictured: Future Exhibition Station north entrance building and shared GO/Ontario Line concourse, pictured from eastern side of Atlantic Avenue. Note: Initial artist’s rendering – designs subject to change.

What's Changing

This fall, some changes will occur at your station as we progress through construction. We know you’re busy, and so are we.

Please plan ahead when travelling on the following dates:

  • September 11 – The east staircase will close permanently.
  • September 12 – The relocation and demolition of the ticket booth will commence. This will mean changes to how you navigate around the station.
  • October 22 – The west staircase will close as we prepare to install the new retaining wall for track 1.

Here is what you need to know for September 11:

  • The east staircase will close. Station access will be available through Atlantic Avenue and the new tunnel (see map).
  • The elevators will remain available for you to use.
  • The west staircase will be closed between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. daily to allow for construction work to take place.
    • During high volume events, the west staircase will be open to access train service.
    • When the staircase is closed, please follow directional signage to access Liberty Village.

We will notify you in advance as we progress with each phase of construction, and your patience as we perform this important work is appreciated.

Through the GO Expansion program, we are building a better service with faster trains, more stations, increased capacity and reduced travel time.

Station elevators are back in service:

We are pleased to restore elevator service at your station. You can now access any available elevator to get to or from either platform.

How You'll Benefit

GO Expansion will increase the frequency and number of GO trains across the rail network, reduce congestion and connect a growing region with fast, reliable transit options to get you where you need to go. We’re preparing your station for GO Expansion by making it easier to access your station.

Here’s what we have planned for you, once preliminary work is complete:

  • Temporary entrance building on the north side of the station including tunnel connection as well as an elevator and stairs to train platforms
  • Permanent entrance and exit building at Atlantic Avenue
  • Extended north and south platforms
  • A temporary pedestrian bridge between the north and south sides of the station
  • An upgraded elevator at the south side of the station

Updated September 9, 2023 | Renderings subject to change.