We're planning to transform your station!
We are going to build a transit hub that will connect a future Kennedy Crosstown LRT Station, an improved Kennedy GO Station, and the existing Kennedy TTC Station.
There will be changes to the way you access the platform and train at Kennedy GO:
When travelling from Kennedy GO:
- The current platform and elevator on the east side of the tracks will close and a new temporary platform will open on the west side of the tracks;
- We’re closing the platform to complete important platform and track improvements;
- You can still access the new platform from the east side of the tracks by using the pedestrian tunnel to cross over to Kennedy TTC Station;
- If you need an elevator, you will not be able to access the new platform through this route. Please access the platform through the west side of the tracks from Kennedy TTC Station or the adjacent TTC parking lot;
- Give yourself extra time to get to your train during construction and follow signs for directions. You can also look at our customer map.
Travelling from Union:
- Listen to the announcements on your train. For trains with more than six coaches, not all coach doors will open at Kennedy GO;
- If you are unsure, ask the customer service ambassador in the accessible coach for assistance.
Construction on the platform will take about a year to complete.
Kennedy GO Construction Map
How You Will Benefit
The new Kennedy GO Station will be part of a transit hub connecting the future two-way, all-day GO service of the Stouffville Line to the LRT at Eglinton Crosstown, as well as TTC buses and subways. Kennedy Station will be the easternmost stop on the Eglinton Crosstown LRT line, which runs 19 km west to Mount Dennis and has 23 stops.
The Kennedy transit hub will give you seamless access to three modes of public transit at one location. By the end of 2021 our goal is to give you:
- A new Kennedy GO Station building and station entrance on the east side of the tracks;
- A new GO Transit Kiss & Ride (passenger pick up and drop off area);
- A second track and platform connected with a pedestrian tunnel;
- Covered platforms with snowmelt systems;
- Improved accessibility.
The station will be built as part of the Eglinton Crosstown project.
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 July 27, 2021 | Renderings subject to change.