Your one-stop shop for a web of transit.

Expected Completion: 2020

As we’re building a web of rapid transit connections across the Greater Golden Horseshoe, there’s a concept we’re integrating into everything we create: the seamless journey. To us, a seamless journey is all about you—moving you quickly and easily everywhere you need to go, and making the entire journey as simple as can be. One way we’re doing that is by building central hubs, where transit options connect and extend into our communities.

Enter the Kipling Mobility Hub. It’s a newly-transformed Kipling Station, which will allow you to ride the TTC, MiWay, GO Bus, or GO Train, all from the same place. Step off one system and onto another—how’s that for seamless?

Creating a seamless transit journey starts by bringing together all of the transit services you depend on. This is your access point to everything: we’re integrating the subway, GO regional rail, local and regional bus services, and connecting all of them in a single place—your go-to stop for a region of possibilities.

This is your local launching pad from Toronto’s west end to an entire regional transit network. With connections to the Milton line, more than 10 bus routes, three transit providers, and express access to the airport, Kipling Mobility Hub will be your new home base as you hop across the region.

By building access and connection to the area, we are sparking new economic growth in Toronto’s west end. It means more jobs and opportunities both in the neighbourhood and across the Greater Golden Horseshoe, as we connect you to new possibilities in your career.
Your one-stop shop for a web of transit.

3

transit providers

13

routes today,

many more

in future
Construction starts in early

2018

Update: Kipling Mobility Hub Study – May 11, 2017

A summary of data on the wider Kipling Mobility Hub is available in this Mobility Hub Profile.

Public Meeting – April 4, 2017

Public Meeting – July 15, 2014

Metrolinx hosted a public meeting on July 15, 2014 on the Kipling Bus Terminal Feasibility Study. Approximately 70 people attended to learn about the project and provide feedback on two station area options that were under consideration. The display panels are available below.