Weston GO Station Improvements



We’re transforming your station!

We’re building a new track and platform along with other amenities at your station in order to bring you faster and more frequent service in the future.

What's changing

The Kiss & Ride and nine parking spots in the east parking lot are currently closed for construction.

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Weston GO Map

This is an enlarged map of Weston GO station

Travelling here

We understand it can be challenging to find parking at the station and we want to support you during construction. You have options to get to the GO.

Here are some of the other ways you can get to the station

  • Take a TTC bus to get to the station and use triplinx.ca to find your route. These TTC bus routes all stop in front of the station: 52, 79, 89 & 952.
  • Arrange to get dropped off, walk or bike to the station.

For more details about how you can get to the station, check out our station guide below.

How it works

Zoom in, find your home zone and click the number to find out more. Click the right arrow to expand the pop-up dialog box.


How you will benefit

The transformation will allow us to accommodate more GO customers and increase GO Transit service along the Kitchener line.
Here’s what we have planned:

  • New north-side platform that includes canopied heated shelters, snow melt system, platform lighting, fare systems, a mini ramp and tactile safety platform edge.
  • Additional fourth track to help us bring you more train service in the future
  • Extension of the existing tunnel with stairs and elevators leading to the new platform.
  • Landscaping and new signage throughout the station.
  • Electrical work to accommodate electric trains in the future.

These improvements support GO expansion plans for more frequent, reliable service on the Kitchener line. Learn more about plans for Kitchener GO expansion.

We’ll keep you informed throughout this project. To get updates sent directly to your inbox or phone, sign up for Weston On the GO alerts. You can also follow the Kitchener line on Twitter @GOtransitKT.







Updated October 29, 2020