Go station map
Go train station map. Go station map (Canada) to print. Go station map (Canada) to download. The GO concourse at Union Station is adjacant to the Union subway station, allowing it and three other GO bus terminals to connect to the Yonge-University Spadina line. GO Train stations are also directly connected or close to four Bloor-Danforth line stations, and one bus terminal is located on the Scarborough RT as its shown in go station map. All GO Train stations within the City of Toronto are adjacent to TTC bus or streetcar routes. Outside of Toronto, connections with 14 other municipal transit services remain purely bus-based to date.
Uptown, downtown or crosstown, Caledonia Station will connect you. Caledonia Station is one of three Crosstown Stations that will feature a connection to an adjacent GO Station. Located on Eglinton Avenue West between Blackthorn Avenue and Croham Road in Toronto as its mentioned in go station map, Caledonia Station will connect you to an all-new, convenient rapid transit experience to get you where you need to be, better, faster and easier.
Caledonia will be accessible and easy to navigate for all customers. GO Train platforms will be accessible from a new bridge connection to the plaza entrance as you can see in go station map. The Eglinton Crosstown line will open as the TTC Line 5 Eglinton and will offer accessible service at every station and stop, from Mount Dennis to Kennedy.
Caledonia GO Station is currently in the design phase. Caledonia GO Station is currently in the tender process and will continue throughout 2020. Construction is scheduled to begin in spring 2021 and completed by approximately spring 2023 (see go station map). Customers will experience a seamless transition between GO Transit services on the Barrie GO Line and the Crosstown, giving them more options for getting around.