Cooksville GO Station Improvements

We're Transforming Your Station!

Major improvements are underway at Cooksville GO Station. We're building you a new parking structure with pedestrian bridge to the platforms, station building, tunnels and other amenities that will make it easier and more convenient to access GO services.


What's Changing

Starting the week of July 29, we need to close 17 spaces in the main lot (near Hurontario Ave.) so we can work on underground utilities.These spaces will be closed until the fall, so please give yourself enough time to find a parking space or use Erindale GO as an alternate station.

Don't forget to update your PRESTO settings if you choose another home station.

You can also check our online travel guide below to learn more about carpooling, getting dropped off, taking public transit or walking to the station during construction.

Construction Update:
Often when you see something or someone every day, you don’t realize how much has changed. We want to take you through what’s changed – especially what’s happening behind the scenes.

Parking garage:

  • New stairwells have been built and elevators are being installed.
  • We're connecting utilities and installing a car counting system so you know how many parking spaces are available before driving in.
  • The exterior is being wrapped with protective mesh. It won’t be long before we can proudly display the GO logo.
  • We’re almost done working on the roof and are adding protective gravel to protect the roof from the elements.

Station building:

  • We've built the steel frame of your new station building and are now working on the roof.
  • Windows and doors will be installed soon.

West platform & tunnel:

  • We're building platform canopies.
  • Down below we’ve almost finished the tunnel and are currently working on the connecting stairs.
  • We are also doing the mechanical and electrical work inside the tunnel.

Check our post on Twitter to see some pictures of progress behind the scenes. Follow @GOTransitMI

Construction Map

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Map of construction happening at platform level at Cooksville GO Station

Map of construction happening at platform level at  Cooksville GO Station.

Travelling Here

Check out our station travel guide to learn more about carpooling, getting dropped off, taking public transit or walking to the station during construction.

  • The guide recommends transit routes based on where you live and even tells you how many of your neighbours travel to the station.
  • You can also sign up for our free carpool program and be matched with a neighbour taking the same train. We’ve even added eight more designated parking spots. Sign up here.
  • Remember you only pay 0.80 cents on MiWay when you use your PRESTO card.
  • If you’re walking, enter off Hillcrest, John and Hurontario, and follow the marked pedestrian paths once you’re in the station.

Erindale GO Station still has some parking spots available. Just remember to update your default PRESTO settings if you decided to make this your home station.

What's Next

As work progresses in 2019, you can expect additional changes to the parking lots and platforms. When we're done working on the west side of the platform and tunnel, we will switch our work to the east side. This means door restrictions will change.  We will let you know of any upcoming changes.

How You Will Benefit
Rendering of new parking structure

We are making it easier and more convenient for you to access the station and GO services. By the end of 2020 our goal is to give you:

  • a new station building with a large public plaza
  • 800+ more parking spaces from the addition of a new parking structure complete with a pedestrian bridge to the rail platform
  • 8 new bus bays for GO and MiWay bus service
  • upgrades to pedestrian tunnels to access rail platforms
  • repairs to parking lots
  • a new station entrance from Hurontario Street

Your new station will also include connections to the future Hurontario LRT line, which we anticipate launching by the end of 2022.

Aerial view of new station layout

Updated July 23, 2019 | All renderings are subject to change.