Kipling GO Station Improvements

Your station's transformation is complete!

Interior view of the bus terminal


What's changed

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Kipling GO Construction Map

Kipling GO Construction Map

The new and accessible pedestrian tunnel, connecting the Passenger Pick-Up and Drop-Off building (Kiss & Ride) to the TTC station, is now complete and ready to use!

All major infrastructure work at the Kipling Transit Hub is complete.

As part of the GO Rail Expansion program, we have transformed Kipling GO into an efficient, modern transit hub, making it easier for you to access the GO station and services.

Kipling Transit Hub provides essential transit connections by integrating GO Transit, MiWay bus service, access to the TTC subway and bus in one convenient location.

Here are some quick facts about the new amenities at Kipling Transit Hub:

Enabled More Connections

  • New Kipling Bus Terminal (GO & MiWay) complete with access to MiWay bus service and future GO bus service.
  • Transit hub connecting customers to GO Rail, MiWay, TTC subway, TTC buses and commuter parking.

Station Access

  • Enhanced station layout to improve bus, pedestrian and cyclist flow to and from the stations, with upgraded sidewalks, signs and a new signalized intersection at Acorn Avenue and Dundas Street West.
  • Renovated commuter parking lot northeast of the bus terminal with Passenger Pick Up and Drop Off (Kiss & Ride) and taxi areas.
  • A refresh of the GO station building with more space for customers to use, as well as a new ceiling, tiles, floor, skylight and glass walls overlooking the train platform.
  • Covered bike parking, open bike parking and bike lockers.

Platform Improvements

  • Upgrades to the GO train platform, including new accessible boarding features.

Enhanced Accessibility

  • A pedestrian bridge over the train tracks, complete with elevators to connect the new bus terminal to the GO train platform.
  • New accessible underground tunnels to make it easier to go between the new bus terminal, the Passenger Pick-Up and Drop-Off building (Kiss & Ride) and the existing TTC station.

Kipling construction map

Map showing locations of construction at Kipling GO

Travelling here

Check out our station travel guide to get a customized travel map to Kipling GO based on where you live. 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


      Carpool

      • Split your parking and driving costs by carpooling to the station. Go to waytogo.gotransit.com 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

            Carpool

            • Split your parking and driving costs by carpooling to the station. Go to waytogo.gotransit.com to find carpool partners.

              Zone 3:

                Carpool

                • Split your parking and driving costs by carpooling to the station. Go to waytogo.gotransit.com to find carpool partners.

                  Use an Alternative Station

                    What's next

                    North view of the bus terminal

                    GO bus service is expected to start later in 2021.

                    *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.

                    All renderings are subject to change.

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                    Updated July 22, 2021 | Renderings subject to change.