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Malton GO Station: Less parking, starting November 30

Metrolinx continues a project to enhance communication and safety features and create more connections at Malton GO Station, as part of the GO Expansion Program.

Starting Monday, November 30, GO Transit is closing 38 parking spaces in the lot west of the station building, including seven accessible spaces.

GO says, “There is still plenty of parking available in the parking lot. Please be careful around construction equipment until this work is complete.”

It’s also closing part of the passenger drop-off and pick-up area (the “Kiss and Ride”). However, most lanes are still available. It’s also closed part of the walkway at the west side of the station building, beside the Kiss and Ride. You can access the station building from the walkway at the east side of the station beside the bus loop.

GO is temporarily closing these facilities so that contractors can install utilities in the area and create a new laneway for you to access the station.

GO is closing the seven accessible parking spaces until “the second week of December”, meaning as late as until December 12. It’s closing the other parking spaces, part of the Kiss and Ride and the walkway “until spring 2021”, meaning as late as until June 30, 2021.


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Since Monday, October 26, GO has closed 25 parking spaces in the lot west of the station building as part of the same project.

The work zone blocks the parking spaces until “the end of the year”, meaning as late as until December 31.

Metrolinx is preparing the station for GO Expansion by:

  • adding tactile yellow safety tiles at the edge of the train platforms to remind you how far back to stand;
  • installing new digital signs on the train platforms;
  • widening the island platform to allow trains to stop on the north side; and
  • changing the accessible platform to function on both sides.

Metrolinx continues upgrading the station “until spring 2022” or until June 30, 2022.

Metrolinx and GO plan to accommodate more passengers and increase service along the Kitchener line, as part of their GO Expansion Program (formerly “regional express rail”).