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Metrolinx working at Kipling Station
to build regional bus terminal



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Metrolinx is starting to build a new regional bus terminal at Kipling Station for GO Transit and MiWay buses. During the project, contractors are also renovating the Kipling GO Station building.

Starting Monday, April 2, the TTC is permanently closing its parking lot on Subway Crescent to support the project. This means that you’ll have 72 fewer parking spaces on the site. This week, Metrolinx is also starting to expand the south lot to replace those spaces, but the new parking area won’t be available until this summer. In the meantime, you can still park in the station’s north and south lots.

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Metrolinx is also building a new entrance to the north parking lot across from the passenger pick-up and drop-off area (or “Kiss ‘n’ Ride) on Subway Crescent.

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Starting Monday, April 16, the TTC closes Subway Crescent to traffic and 150 parking spaces in the north lot. You can access GO and TTC services along Aukland Road. If you usually park in the north parking lot, you can access the lot through a new entrance just west of the “Kiss ‘n’ Ride”.


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Here’s what you’ll find at Kipling Station, when Metrolinx completes the project:

  • a new bus terminal with four bus bays for GO buses and ten bays for MiWay buses;
  • a new parking lot northeast of the new bus terminal, including “Kiss ‘n’ Ride” and taxi areas;
  • a pedestrian bridge over the train tracks with elevators to connect the new bus terminal to the GO train platform;

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  • a renovated GO station building;
  • new underground tunnels to make it easier to walk between the new GO / MiWay bus terminal and the TTC station
  • updated train platform with a new accessible boarding area
  • a bigger TTC parking lot on the southeast side of the subway station
  • better car, bicycle and pedestrian access to the station with a new signalized intersection at Acorn Avenue.

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