Oriole GO Station Improvements



WORK THAT MAY AFFECT YOUR COMMUTE


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Oriole GO Map Effective Oct. 31

Oriole GO Map Effective Oct. 31

Parking restrictions begin Monday, October, 31:

The Ministry of Transportation currently has a construction project along Highway 401 eastbound between Avenue Road and Warden Avenue, which is scheduled for completion Winter 2025. 

Part of this project includes the reconstruction of 3 bridges at the Highway 401 and Leslie Street Interchange including the GO/Metrolinx overhead structure. 

Work at this structure will be commencing October 31, 2022 and will result in impacts to available parking spaces and revised signage in order to be able to safely complete the necessary work.

Parking restrictions change Monday, November 21


Oriole GO Station Map


The next phase of this work will be commencing November 21, 2022 and will result in impacts to available parking spaces and revised signage in order to be able to safely complete the necessary work.

What’s Happened:

  • The station building has closed. Please use the ticket trailer and temporary washrooms just north-west of Access Road. 
  • Board and exit your train at one of the five cars north of the accessible platform.
  • The original pedestrian bridge over the tracks has closed and the new further south pedestrian bridge has opened to ensure connection between the community to the west and station remains the same.
  • Access to the platform south of the current accessible platform will be permanently closed in the future
  • A platform extension to Esther Shiner Blvd. will be built to accommodate a 10-car train.

When the platform extension is complete, all train doors will be able to re-open at your station. We know that construction is inconvenient and we appreciate your patience as we work with MTO to improve transportation in your area.

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Updated October 28, 2022 | Renderings subject to change.

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