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Agincourt GO Station: Accessible platform opens, June 13

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^ Front of Agincourt GO Station building. Image, Metrolinx

Metrolinx continues to update amenities and enhance accessibility at Agincourt GO Station, as part of the GO Expansion Program.

Monday, June 13, GO Transit opens the new permanent accessibility platform, but also starts new temporary train boarding and exit restrictions.

  • GO is closing the the temporary accessibility platform near the station building.
  • Due to the ongoing construction, not all coaches can open doors at Agincourt.

Travelling from Agincourt

  • Look for directional signs with information that direct you where to stand to board the trains.

Travelling to Agincourt

  • Listen to on-board train announcements to be sure you are on a coach that open doors at Agincourt.

Monday, October 25, 2021, GO opened the new station building.

The new building offers more seating, five new digital displays, a spacious and well-lit waiting area with phone-charging stations and a wood-panelled ceiling. Window design maximizes incoming daylight, while acid-etching treatment creates a translucent glass and allows glare-free light into the waiting and passenger-service area.

Although construction of the new station building is complete, work at the station will continue within the rail corridor, on the platforms and in the parking lot.

A new part of the west platform is open. GO continues to close the east platform and north walkway for construction. Two entrances safely lead you to the new platform — one near the station building and another farther south — to give you direct access to the platform from the parking lot. By opening the new platform, GO is shortening the walk between the parking lot and where you board your train.

When construction ends, you’ll also benefit from:

  • a new passenger pick-up and drop-off area (or “Kiss and Ride”);
  • a new second track and platform;
  • a renovated original platform;
  • two new pedestrian tunnels with elevators;
  • canopies and integrated shelters on the platforms to protect you from the elements;
  • a better connection to Sheppard Avenue East at the south end of the platforms; and
  • more landscaping.

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