Kipling GO Station Improvements

Your station's transformation is underway!

Interior view of the bus terminal


What's changing

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Kipling GO Construction Map

Kipling GO Construction Map

Major work to transform your station is now complete!

Major work to transform your station is now complete with finishing touches remaining on the Kipling Bus Terminal (GO & MiWay). New amenities are now open, making it easier for you to access the station and GO services. Here are some quick facts about the new amenities at Kipling Transit Hub:

Enabled More Connections

  • New Kipling Bus Terminal which recently opened.
  • Transit hub connecting customers to GO Rail, MiWay, TTC subway, TTC buses and commuter parking.

Station Access

  • Improved car, bicycle and pedestrian access to the station including a new signalized intersection at Acorn Avenue and Dundas Street West.
  • New commuter TTC parking lot northeast of the new Kipling Bus Terminal, including Passenger Pick Up and Drop Off (Kiss & Ride) and taxi areas.
  • Extension of the existing commuter parking lot on the southeast side of the TTC subway station
  • Renovated existing Kipling GO Station building.

Platform Improvements

  • Updated train platform with a new boarding area.

Enhanced Accessibility

  • A pedestrian bridge over the train tracks, complete with elevators to connect the new bus terminal to the GO train platform.

The Kipling Bus Terminal (GO & MiWay) is now open!

The Kipling Bus Terminal (GO & MiWay) is now open for MiWay Bus Service, making it easier for you to transfer from the GO train to TTC or MiWay Bus Service. MiWay routes that serve Islington Station have relocated to serve Kipling Bus Terminal. Here’s what you need to know:

The Kipling Bus Terminal is located at Dundas Street West and Subway Crescent.

  • To get to the bus terminal, use the pedestrian path connecting to the end of Subway Crescent, or you can make your way to the PPUDO (Passenger Pick-Up and Drop-Off) building, and once there use the tunnel connection to get to the bus terminal.
  • Inside you will find new bus terminal amenities including restrooms, a waiting area with seating, phone charging stations, PRESTO devices, and digital screens with bus and train schedule information. Outside you will find covered bike parking and bike lockers.
  • To get to and from the bus terminal and the TTC station, use the pedestrian path connecting to the TTC station’s Aukland Road exit.
  • To get to and from the bus terminal and the GO train platform, use the pedestrian bridge – complete with stairs and elevators.

The Kipling Bus Terminal is part of the Kipling Transit Hub project to bring together TTC, MiWay and GO Transit in one convenient location. Construction at the station is expected to wrap up in the next couple of months.

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

                    New underground tunnels, expected to open in the near future, will make it easier to walk between the new Kipling Bus Terminal and the existing TTC station.

                    GO bus service is expected to start later in 2021.

                    The Kipling Bus Terminal is part of the Kipling Transit Hub project to bring together TTC, MiWay and GO Transit in one convenient location. Construction at the station is expected to wrap up in the next couple of months.

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

                    *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.


                    Updated January 7, 2021