A bit of a change for some GO Train passengers due to on-going construction at Union Station, which is all part of a multi-million dollar revitalization project.
Effective Wednesday morning, platforms 11, 12 and 13, and the tracks that serve them, have been closed to accommodate work being done on the train shed structure, including a new roof.
This means some passengers will be arriving and departing from different platforms.
Construction, along with related platform and schedule adjustments will continue over the next two years.
More than 200,000 GO Train customers travel to and from Union Station on a given weekday, and we know these changes can be difficult to adjust to. Union Station is our country’s busiest transportation hub, and maintaining and increasing service for our customers as we carry out this work is a big undertaking. We are committed to continually looking at ways to improve our service as we complete this project, and we encourage customers to share their feedback so we can make improvements wherever possible.
— GO Transit (@GOtransit) July 28, 2016
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