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Oakville GO Station: Platform and boarding changes, starting November 8

Metrolinx continues to improve safety and amenities at Oakville GO Station, as part of the GO Expansion Program.

Starting Monday, November 5, GO Transit is closing the east half of platform 1, while contractor crews install yellow tactile safety tiles. The tiles will remind you how far back to stand on the platform.

The east tunnel remains open, including the elevator and stairwells. Follow the pedestrian path to get to the west side of platform 2 to board your train. GO is also closing the stairwell from platform 1 to the bus loop and the path from the south side of the Trafalgar Road bridge to the station during construction.

The station building will only be accessible from the south side. Look for signs on the pedestrian path with information to guide you to and from the building.

The accessible ramp will still be available if you need to board the accessible coach.

Not all train doors open at Oakville GO Station during construction. Check out the boarding graphic below to learn where to stand on the platforms when travelling to Oakville.

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GO contractors started installing tactile yellow safety tiles on the east side of platforms 3 and 4 Monday, September 13.

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”).