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- Scarborough Junction Grade Separation
Scarborough Junction Grade Separation
The Scarborough Junction Grade Separation Project will support the GO Expansion Program and accommodate the expansion of the service on the Stouffville and Lakeshore East lines through grade separations and related infrastructure.
Reducing the number of road and rail at-grade crossings is essential to support transit expansion and will provide community benefits. The project includes rail-rail grade separation of the Stouffville and Lakeshore East Corridors, a layover facility at Midland, a multi-use crossing at Corvette Park, a rail tunnel at Danforth Road, a bridge expansion at St. Clair Avenue East and the modification or relocation of the Scarborough GO station building.
Scarborough Junction Grade Separation - Final Environmental Project Report
Improvements are underway along the Lakeshore West Line to support more frequent, faster service.
We're transforming GO Transit to bring more frequent two-way, all-day service to the Barrie Line.