We're Planning to Transform Your Station!
Over the next few years, major improvements are coming to Maple GO. Our design team is ensuring the new station meets your needs and those of the community.
Starting Monday, October 28, 150 more parking spaces are open at the lot on Rodinea Road, just north of McNaughton Road.
Some parking spots at the station remain closed to provide a safe work zone for the neighbouring condo development. This area is currently fenced off and work is being done during the day to avoid disrupting your commute. We expect the majority of these spots to reopen in January 2020.
Parking at Rodinea Road
Please leave yourself extra time in the morning, especially if you typically arrive after 7:30. Then follow the GO signage to find the entrance to the lot on the east side of Rodinea Road.
Maple GO Station
Other Ways of Getting to the Station
Maple GO Station features 38 Carpool spots dedicated to customers who drive and park at the station with at least one other passenger in the car. Visit Smart Commute North Toronto’s website to see which of your neighbours is travelling to the station at the same time as you.
We appreciate your patience during this temporary parking relocation.
Two pedestrian tunnels have already been installed, which is the first phase of implementing two-way, all day service to your station. The tunnels are ready to connect you to a second platform and track in the future – both needed for increased service.
There are lots of changes to get excited about! Here’s what’s coming to your station and the community:
- A new second track and platform to accommodate two-way, all-day service
- Better pedestrian and cyclist connectivity
- More parking
- An upgraded bus loop and Kiss & Ride
We'll have a better sense of timelines once a contractor is on board.
Separate from this project, we will be building a grade separation at McNaughton Road. This means we will be separating the tracks from the road so traffic will no longer have to wait for a train to pass, which will be a major traffic and safety improvement when we increase GO train service.
We’re excited for the changes planned for Maple GO and we hope you are too! We’ll continue to update this page with renderings and status updates. It’s just one of the ways we’ll keep you in the know about construction at Maple GO.
Updated: October 25, 2019