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Bronte GO Station construction restricts access to trains,
starting March 15



Update — Sunday, December 3, 5:25 p.m.: GO has ended the project to install the snow-melt system and no longer restricts passenger access to trains.


Update — Thursday, August 4, 3:19 p.m.: GO has reopened the east tunnel and contractors are now working on the west end of the platforms.


Update — Thursday, May 12, 5:04 p.m.: For the next phase of the project, GO is closing the east tunnel to platforms 1 and 2, starting Saturday, May 14.


Spring may be in the air, but GO Transit’s getting ready for next winter.

Starting today, Tuesday, March 15, GO contractors start working to install a snow-melt system on the north platform at Bronte GO Station. During the construction, GO is restricting passenger access to trains on platforms 1 and 2.

Since most of the the work takes place at the east end of the platform, you can’t exit the train from the first four coaches at Bronte Station. If you’re traveling to Bronte, you should only board the coaches at the west end of the train, beyond the accessible coach, the fifth coach from the locomotive.

GO expects that work will continue until the end of May. Next winter, the new melt system will prevent snow and ice from building up on the platform.