Existing GO Train Stations - Lakeshore West Line - Burlington

Jan. 17, 2017

To improve customer convenience by re-configuring Burlington GO Station - When construction is complete, Burlington will have a new station building, improved bus loop configuration and ticket sales office, relocated Kiss & Ride and enhanced accessibility

Jan. 17, 2017

As work continues at Burlington GO Station, we are committed to providing you with regular updates on the improvements we’re making.

The in-floor heating system of the station building is now up and running to keep customers warm. The glass panels of the ticket booth have been installed, so we will be starting the IT work required to connect the computer systems to our GO Transit network.

Increasing accessibility and providing more ways to get around the station are our priority of improvements to deliver to you. Next you’ll have the option of using a new elevator and east tunnel, meaning shorter walks from the south side. The roof work is also progressing well as we add water proofing and insulation.

Thank you for your patience. We know that construction continues to take longer than expected and that it will continue into 2017. We are conducting daily check-ins, progress reports, and regular site-visits to ensure that the contractor is building the station that meets our high standards for customers.

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Jan. 17, 2017
Top level of parking garage closed Starting the week of December 12th, 2016

What's Changing

Parking garage (level 4):

Plows and de-icing materials canot be used on level four of the parking structure, so it will be closed over the winter.
We close the top floor every year to keep you safe.
Please park on the other levels or in the surface lots provided.