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Port Credit GO Station: Ramp construction affects MiWay service, starting September 14

Starting 9 a.m. Monday, September 14 GO Transit is building a new accessible ramp connecting the bus terminal to the south train platform. This temporarily affects how you access buses at the station.

The work zone blocks platform 8 in the terminal. MiWay is relocating the stop for northbound buses along the 8 Cawthra route and eastbound buses along the 23 Lakeshore route to platform 5. Bus passengers can still access the south stairs to the train platform. Look for signs with information to guide you along the way.


Since Tuesday, September 8, GO has closed the east ramp near the station building. You can access the station building through the front entrance, which is fully accessible. During this project, crews are widening the ramp to provide more space.

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GO expects construction on these projects to continue until “later this fall” or until November 30.

Since Tuesday, August 14, Metrolinx has been enhancing safety features at the station, as part of the GO Expansion project.

During the project, they’re

  • installing tactile yellow tiles at the edge of the train platforms;
  • upgrading elevators that connect the middle platform to the south platform;
  • adding an accessible ramp to the west end of the south platform; and
  • upgrading the accessible ramp to the east end of the south platform (now underway).

Crews started the project by installing the yellow safety tiles. The new tactile tiles not only enhance accessibility, but also show you how far back from the edge you need to stand.

Crews will also upgrade the elevators that connect the island and south platform.

During this project, you may have to change where you board or exit from trains at Port Credit. GO expects to continue the project until “late 2021” or until December 31, 2021.

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