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Metrolinx/GO Terminal at Union Station

2020 , Toronto, ON
Design Architect: Wilkinson Eyre Architects
Client: Metrolinx
Categories: Airports and Transportation Commercial | High-Rise Urban Redevelopment
About project
About project

The newly enhanced and modernized Union Station Bus Terminal offers a more convenient and more efficient transit experience for Toronto passengers

Adamson Associates Architects is the Executive Architect for the CIBC Square project in downtown Toronto. The project spans the Rail Corridor between Bay and Yonge Streets and includes two high-rise commercial towers that will provide 3.2 million square feet of premium office space, amenity and support areas; a new Bus Terminal for Metrolinx; and a one-acre elevated park that will span over the rail corridor and link the two towers four floors above street level. Phase 1 of the development, now under construction, is a 1.8 million-square-foot tower and podium at 81 Bay Street that contains a new two-level, 108,000 square foot bus terminal for Metrolinx/GO located in the podium.

The Union Station Bus Terminal capitalizes on its proximity to Union Station and the Gardiner Expressway with future connections to the Waterfront LRT and TTC to create a larger, more efficient Transit Hub for the City. It will have 14 bus bays with easy access to GO trains, the TTC, VIA Rail, and the UP Express. A pedestrian bridge will allow GO Customers to access the PATH network and cross to, and from, Bay Street above traffic and directly access Level Two of the new Union Station Bus Terminal.

Location: Toronto, ON
Design Architect: Wilkinson Eyre Architects
Executive Architect: Adamson Associates Architects
Client: Metrolinx
Size: 108,000 sf / 10,000 sm
Completion: 2020