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Lakeshore East Line GO Expansion
- Eglinton GO Station
Eglinton GO Station
A more accessible Eglinton GO Station is coming.
Construction is underway to make the Eglinton GO Station accessible and comply with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA).
Eglinton GO Station, located near the intersection of Eglinton Avenue East and McCowan Road, was built in 1978 and most recently underwent rehabilitation works in 2000. This ongoing project will provide the infrastructure to allow passengers full accessibility to the station amenities and for boarding GO trains is expected to be completed in late 2024.
The project will deliver the following key elements:
- Four new elevators and stairwells from the new east and west pedestrian tunnels leading up to the existing north and south side platforms.
- Accessible mini-platforms enabling level boarding/exiting the accessibility coaches.
- Full rehabilitation of the north and south side-platforms including tactile-tile edges.
- Upgraded CCTV system.
- Improved wayfinding signage.
- Continuous platform canopies covering accessible routes (from elevators to mini platforms).
- Digital passenger route information signage.
- Heat-traced ramps from the north side to the platforms and tunnels.
- Grade-level northeast vestibule (mini-plaza) from Eglinton Avenue to the east pedestrian tunnel including seating, automated fare purchase and digital signage.
- Reconfiguration of the Pick-Up and Drop-Off (PUDO) area on the north side.
In the news
Innovative canopy lift at Eglinton GO takes project to new heights
Nov. 4, 2022
New video shows first time a pre-built platform canopy getting hoisted into place at GO station. [Read more]
Enhanced accessibility work starts today at Eglinton GO Station
Sep. 24, 2022
Construction on accessibility upgrades at Eglinton GO Station is starting. [Read more]
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