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New stations

We've opened six new stations in the GO network since November 2004. The most recent, Barrie South GO Station opened in December 2007. Here are some details and maps for each station. The maps are pdf files.

Barrie South GO Station

  • opened December 17, 2007
  • located on the Barrie line (formerly the Bradford line), northeast of the intersection of Mapleview Dr. and Yonge St.
  • about 410 parking spaces
  • accessible to passengers using wheeled mobility aids
  • GO Train station with bus loop and kiss & ride
  • tickets can be purchased from a ticket vending machine

Lisgar GO Station

  • opened September 4, 2007
  • GO Train station with bus loop and kiss & ride
  • on the Milton line, between Meadowvale and Milton GO Stations
  • located at Tenth Line and Argentia Rd. in Mississauga, in the Hwy. 401 and Winston Churchill Blvd. area
  • about 790 parking spaces
  • accessible to passengers using wheeled mobility aids

Milliken GO Station – relocation

  • opened September 6, 2005
  • relocated GO Train station is bigger, accessible, and has parking
  • located on the Stouffville line, between Unionville and Agincourt GO Stations
  • moved to the south side of Steeles Ave., between Kennedy Rd. and Midland Ave.
  • new Milliken has a station building and about 680 parking spaces
  • has a full-length platform with a connecting walkway to Steeles Ave.
  • is convenient to TTC bus service

Kennedy GO Station

  • opened June 2, 2005
  • walk-in GO Train station with direct connection to TTC's Kennedy subway and RT station
  • located on the Stouffville line between Agincourt station and Union Station
  • south side of Eglinton Ave. E., between Kennedy Rd. and Midland Ave. in Scarborough
  • tickets can be purchased from a ticket vending machine at the station, or from other GO stations
  • station is accessible to passengers using wheeled mobility aids, and offers an accessible connection to the TTC
  • no GO parking – pay parking is available in the TTC’s and the adjacent community centre’s parking lots

Mount Pleasant GO Station

  • opened February 7, 2005
  • GO Train station with bus loop for GO Buses and local transit
    located on the Georgetown line between Brampton and Georgetown stations
  • Bovaird Dr. (formerly Hwy. 7) at Creditview Rd. in west Brampton
  • accessible to passengers using wheeled mobility aids
  • about 610 parking spaces

East Gwillimbury GO Station

  • opened November 1, 2004
  • GO Train station with bus loop for GO Buses and local transit
  • located on the Bradford line between Newmarket and Bradford stations
  • Green Lane East at 2nd Concession Rd. (Main St. N.) in the Town of East Gwillimbury
  • accessible to passengers using wheeled mobility aids
  • about 640 parking spaces
  • facilities for GO Buses and local transit

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