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TTC hosts open house on Kipling and Islington Station improvements

The TTC will host a public open house this Wednesday, November 7 from 6 to 9 p.m. on its project to improve and redevelop Kipling and Islington Stations.

Next year, the TTC will begin a three-year construction project to improve both stations.

During the project, the TTC will work with GO Transit and Mississauga Transit to redevelop Kipling Station into a major transit hub. When the TTC and its partners have completed the project, Mississauga Transit and GO Transit will operate bus services from a new 14-bay inter-regional bus terminal at Kipling Station. The project team will also improve access to the station by developing new entrances and expanding facilities for dropping off and picking up passengers. The TTC will reconfigure the current commuter parking lots and construct replacement lots on Kipling Avenue and Aukland Road.

The TTC intends to redevelop Islington Station by building a new bus terminal and station entrances and expanding facilities to drop off and pick up passengers. New elevators will provide full access to all levels of the station.

You can learn more about the project by attending the open house and information meeting on Wednesday evening. The event takes place at Islington United Church, 25 Burnhamthorpe Road (Burnhamthorpe and Dundas Street West). From 6 until 7:30 p.m., you can drop by an open house to review the proposals. From 7:30 until 9 p.m., you can listen to presentations from TTC staff and ask the staff questions about the projects.

More information on the open house

More information on these two projects and the TTC’s station modernization program