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Streetsville GO Station: Elevator, other construction projects proceed, starting June 21



Metrolinx is upgrading Streetsville GO Station and improving amenities, as part of the GO Expansion Program.


Starting Monday, June 21, the elevators at Streetsville GO will be out of service, while GO Transit contractors upgrade them. GO says, “The elevators are reaching the end of their lifespan and these updates will make them more efficient and reliable.”

An accessible path to or from the train platform is not available during elevator upgrades.

If you need elevators to get from the station building tunnel to the platform:

  • Board or exit trains at Meadowvale or Erindale GO Stations during elevator work at Streetsville..
  • If you’re planning to drive to Meadowvale GO or Erindale GO and need an accessible parking spot, contact GO Transit at 416-869-3200 or 1-888-438-6646 (toll free).

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If you need help to get to Meadowvale or Erindale stations, GO has contracted Dignity Transportation to shuttle passengers with accessiblity needs between Streetsville and the other two stations. Fill out a shuttle-request form by calling GO Transit at 416-869-3200 or 1-888-438-6646 (toll-free). You can also ask a station ambassador at Streetsville GO for a paper copy. Request shuttle service 48 hours before the time when you’re travelling.

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Elevator construction at Streetsville GO Station continues until further notice.


Crews are also preparing for upcoming construction of a secure bike room, which they’re installing later this year. The secure bike room will have 32 spaces.

Secure bike-room construction at Streetsville GO Station continues until further notice.


GO is also installing new digital signs in the station bus loop. Bus platforms may change temporarily while crews install the signs. GO says, “We will close no more than two bus platforms at a time on a rotating basis. Look for signs to help you find the temporary platform. We’ll let you know when this work takes place this summer.”


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

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