Kipling GO Station Improvements



A new bus terminal to serve you better!

view of the GO bus terminal looking west

Rendering is subject to change.

We’re building a new Kipling GO bus terminal so that we can offer you GO and MiWay bus service. While we’re at it, we’ll renovate the existing station to make it more convenient and comfortable for you to use.

Construction Update

There will be more changes to the way you get into and around your station, as we continue to make improvements.

August 7 - We're closing 20 parking spaces in the north lot, so that we can start building a temporary Passenger Pick Up and Drop Off (PPUDO).

August 17 - We’re opening 400 new spaces in the south lot. You can get to the new parking spaces from the south parking lot entrance off Kipling Ave (on the south side of the Kipling bridge).

August 20 - We’re closing all parking spaces in the northwest lot.

September 4 - We’re closing the existing Passenger Pick Up and Drop Off (PPUDO) for renovation and are opening a temporary one further north (off Aukland Road).

This work, along with City of Toronto construction projects will affect how you get to station. Please give yourself extra time to get to your bus or train. Information about City of Toronto road closures near the Kipling station can be found online at toronto.ca

Construction Map

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Map of construction happening at Kipling GO Station

Map of construction happening at Kipling GO Station.

Access the Station

Check out our station travel guide to learn more about your travel options during construction.

Use the interactive map below to determine which zone you reside in. Then, scroll down for customized information for your zone on the alternative ways to get to Kipling Station. You can also zoom into the map to see the bus and bike routes near you.

Click the toggle button in the upper-left-hand corner of the map to view the legend.

Zone 1

  • Walk or Bike
    • Within the walk zone, you are about 15 minutes away or less from Kipling Station.
    • Within the bike zone, you are about 20 minutes away or less from Kipling Station. See the bikeways on the map for possible routes to take.
  • Transit
    • Use one of the 8 TTC bus routes in Zone 1 to get to Kipling Station. If you use PRESTO, you receive a $1.50 discount when connecting between TTC and GO! Go to triplinx.ca to plan your trip.
  • Carpool
    • Split your parking and driving costs by carpooling to the station. Go to explore.smartcommute.ca to find carpool partners.

Zone 2

  • Walk or Bike
    • Within the walk zone, you are about 15 minutes away or less from Kipling Station.
    • Within the bike zone, you are about 20 minutes away or less from Kipling Station. See the bikeways on the map for possible routes to take.
  • Transit
    • Use the 44, 123, or 188 TTC bus routes to get to Kipling Station. If you use PRESTO, you receive a $1.50 discount when connecting between TTC and GO! Go to triplinx.ca to plan your trip.
  • Carpool
    • Split your parking and driving costs by carpooling to the station. Go to explore.smartcommute.ca to find carpool partners.

Zone 3

  • Carpool
    • Split your parking and driving costs by carpooling to the station. Go to explore.smartcommute.ca to find carpool partners.
  • Transit to Islington Station
  • Use an Alternative Station
    • Taking the TTC? Drive or get dropped off at Islington Station instead.
    • Taking the GO train? Drive or get dropped off at Dixie Station instead.

What's Next

We understand that parking is already a challenge at your station and that is one of the reasons we are doing the work as quickly as possible. This new bus terminal will be built in multiple phases to minimize the impact on your commute. We will continue to provide you with updates before changes take place and as we make further progress. In the meantime:

  • Please give yourself extra time to catch your train or bus as we work on improving your station.
  • To get updates sent directly to your inbox or phone, sign up for Kipling On the GO alerts at gotransit.com.

When We're Finished
North view of the bus terminal

Aerial view of the bus terminal and pedestrian bridge

Interior view of the bus terminal

Rendering is subject to change

  • We are making it easier and more convenient for you to access the station and GO services. A new bus terminal with four bus bays for GO buses and ten bays for MiWay buses. 
    Note: Both GO and MiWay currently do not provide bus service to Kipling.
  • New parking lot northeast of the new bus terminal, including Kiss & Ride and taxi areas
  • A pedestrian bridge over the train tracks - complete with elevators - to connect the new bus terminal to the GO train platform
  • Renovations to the existing GO station building
  • New underground tunnels to make it easier to walk between the New GO/MiWay bus terminal and the existing TTC station
  • Repairs to the existing tunnels
  • Updating the train platform with a new accessible boarding area
  • Extension of the existing paid TTC parking lot on the southeast side of the TTC subway station
  • Improved car, bicycle and pedestrian access to the station including a new signalized intersection at Acorn Ave.

Find more information about planned improvements along the Milton corridor, including the delivery of GO Expansion.

Learn about more service and improvements planned for your corridor by checking Metrolinx.com/GOexpansion.

*Note: GO Transit/Metrolinx projects don’t include improvements to the existing TTC subway station or bus terminal. Bus routes are still being finalized and will be announced closer to the opening of the station.