Bradford GO Station Improvements

Improvements are coming to your station! Construction has started and will continue until fall 2023.  We’re updating access to the station, enhancing parking, updating amenities and upgrading the bus loop.

What's Changing

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Bradford GO Construction Map

Bradford GO Construction Map

To see current service information at this station, please click here.

The project bringing upgrades to Bradford GO continues. Starting October 16, work will shift from one half of the main parking lot to the other. During this phase of work, half of the parking lot nearest to Bridge Street will close. This phase of work is anticipated to be completed later this year, at which time there will be 337 parking spots available.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Approximately 243 parking spaces in the main lot will be available for use during this stage of the construction project.
  • Parking is also available in the parking lots by the bus loop and on the east side of the station building.
  • There will be an additional pick-up drop-off area.
  • Please give yourself extra time to park and reach your platform.
  • Access to the station building and passenger pick-up and drop-off area is not affected.
  • Please use caution when walking or driving near and around the construction.
  • Please follow directional signs.

Although there will be more parking spots available at Bradford GO during this phase of construction, compared to the last phase, East Gwillimbury GO is still available as an alternative station.

The schedule may be adjusted due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.

How You'll Benefit 

With the population of Simcoe County expected to grow by approximately 37 per cent by 2041, Metrolinx is committed to expanding GO service along the Barrie Line. These upgrades through GO Expansion will enhance and maintain the safety and accessibility of our existing stations.

Here is what we have planned for your station and the community:

  • A traffic signal at the Dissette Street entrance to improve traffic flow
  • New sidewalks that lead to the station from Dissette Street and Bridge Street
  • Upgraded station lighting and CCTV
  • Additional parking spaces and rehabilitation of the existing parking lot
  • Upgraded storm water system and management
  • Reconfigured bus loop with three new bus bays and a new heated shelter

Click here to learn more about GO’s expansion on the Barrie line.

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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Updated October 11, 2022