Cooksville GO Station Improvements



We're Transforming Your Station!

Major improvements are underway at Cooksville GO Station. We're adding 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.

RENDERING OF NEW STATION BUILDING

What's Changing

We’re halfway through your station’s transformation. Last November, we opened the west side of the platform and closed the east side. 

When travelling from Cooksville

  • Use the west tunnel inside the parking structure to access the platform. The tunnel is located one level below the ground floor.
  • Use our online map and signs at the station to help you get on the GO.
  • Remember to spread out along the platform in order to reduce crowding and prevent delays.
  • You can no longer access the platform and train from Hurontario Street. If you’re coming from there, please walk down and along Hillcrest Avenue to access the station. The walk will add to your travel time to catch your bus or train. 

Construction Map

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Cooksville GO construction map

Cooksville GO construction map

When travelling from Union

  • Please board any of the cars west of the accessibility coach, closest to York Street. Only those coaches will open at Cooksville.
  • Check the boarding graphic before your trip, listen to the announcements on your train or ask a customer service ambassador for assistance


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  • The Kiss & Ride, accessible parking spots and carpool parking spots in front of the east tunnel entrance are closed so we can work on the east side of the platform.
  • Carpool spots are available in the parking structure.
  • Accessible parking is available on the first and fourth level of the parking structure.
  • The temporary parking lot by the trailers is closed so we can do some asphalt repairs. Please use the parking structure instead.
  • Two stairwells on the east side of the parking structure are open.


Travelling Here

Hurontario/Hillcrest lane closures due to Enbridge construction

Starting February 2020, Enbridge will begin installing a new gas line in preparation for the future Hurontario LRT. The work is expected to last for three months and could lead to delays during your daily commute to the station.

During construction, there will be lane closures along Hurontario, from John Street to Agnes Street. There will also be lane closures on Hillcrest Avenue. Please give yourself extra time to get to the station. 

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.
  • 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.

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
  • new platforms with tactile yellow tiles, digital signs, canopied shelters and a snowmelt system
  • 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 February 7, 2020 | All renderings are subject to change.