Bloor GO Station Improvements

We're transforming your station!

We will be building a new track on the Kitchener GO line, next to the West Toronto Railpath. Part of this work will include construction of a new entrance to Bloor GO Station, a new community park at Ernest Avenue, and a realignment of the Railpath, on behalf of the City of Toronto.

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What's Changing

In the next few weeks, crews will start clearing and removing some of the trees and vegetation located within the rail corridor and on the West Toronto Railpath between Dundas Street West and Dupont Street. Fencing will be installed around trees. If you use the Railpath to get to the station, please stay away from construction equipment and fencing. You may see crews in the area pruning and inspecting vegetation until the work is complete in the new few years.

What's Next

Later this fall, there will be an approximately 12-month detour required via Ernest Avenue, Perth Avenue and Bloor Street West for the construction of the new pedestrian tunnel and pavilion at Bloor GO Station. Directional signs will be in the area to help you along your way.

How You'll Benefit

We’re bringing the following improvements to Bloor GO Station and surrounding area:

  • A new, approximately 2.5-kilometer section of fourth track, will be installed from Lansdowne Avenue to Dupont Street to increase capacity on the Kitchener Line.
  • A new pedestrian tunnel will connect Bloor GO Station with Randolph Avenue and a covered pedestrian pavilion will be added to access the station
  • Realignment of the West Toronto Railpath multi-use trail and the addition of plantings, gardens, and seating
  • A new community park along the West Toronto Railpath at Ernest Avenue
  • Noise barrier and retaining wall installation
  • Changes to the existing Bloor Street West pedestrian bridge, which will include a taller fence on the west side of the bridge to increase safety.

Stay In The Know

We’ll keep you informed along the way. To have updates sent directly to you, here is what you can do:

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Last updated July 27, 2022 | Renderings are subject to change