Cooksville GO Station Improvements

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Cooksville GO Station Construction Map

Cooksville GO Station Construction Map

Temporary closure at John Street

Starting Tuesday, January 17, John Street at Hurontario Street will be temporarily closed while we carry out work to support the Hurontario light rail transit (Hazel McCallion Line) project.

Here is what you need to know:

  • You can access Cooksville GO Station via Hillcrest Avenue.
  • Access to John Street will be maintained through a detour from Hurontario Street and Hillcrest Avenue.
  • Please follow all directional signs and use caution when near construction areas.
  • Work schedules may be adjusted due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.
  • This work is anticipated to be completed by early February.

Thank you for your patience while we complete this important infrastructure work.

Registration for reserved bike parking is now open

Construction on the new reserved bicycle parking room at Cooksville GO Station is now complete. To register for the reserved bicycle parking program, visit the Reserved Bicycle Parking web page on the

There are changes to station parking due to construction related to the Hurontario LRT project:

  • The parking lot, on the east side of Hurontario Street, just south of the tracks, is closed so we can store construction materials.
  • The parking lot on the west side of Hurontario Street, just south of the tracks, remains closed for construction.
  • There is still plenty of parking available for you at the station.

Please give yourself extra time to get to the station during construction. Please follow signs and be careful around construction equipment and fenced off areas until this work is complete.

Metrolinx is naming the Hurontario light rail transit (LRT) project as the Hazel McCallion Line, to commemorate the former Mississauga mayor. Once in service, the 18-kilometre Hazel McCallion Line will bring a new, environmentally friendly and reliable method of transportation to a rapidly growing region. The new transit system will feature 19 stops, travel through two urban growth centres and connect to major transit systems including GO Transit (Milton and Lakeshore West lines), the Mississauga Transitway, Brampton Transit, ZUM and MiWay. The Hazel McCallion Line will operate in its own dedicated lane ensuring a smooth, reliable and convenient ride along the region’s busiest street.

For more information on the Hurontario LRT project, please visit the Metrolinx project page.

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Updated January 12, 2023