Regional Express Rail - Kipling Bus Terminal

Location:
Greater Toronto Area
Project Type:
DBF - Design Build Finance
Infrastructure Type:
Transit
Contract Value:
To be announced at Financial Close
Estimated Value for Money:
To be announced at Financial Close

About the Project:

The Kipling Bus Terminal includes the area around the Kipling GO station and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)'s Kipling subway station. The redevelopment of this area will integrate TTC subway, GO regional rail and local and regional bus services (GO, TTC, MiWay) into a single mobility hub through a new inter-regional bus terminal and other supporting infrastructure. 

These upgrades to the Kipling Bus Terminal will allow for increased GO rail service on the Milton GO corridor and will help support the Province's GO Regional Express Rail (RER) program

Status

  • Request for Qualifications:
    Nov 30, 2016
  • Short-list Bidders Selected:
    Apr 03, 2017
  • Request for Proposals:
    Apr 03, 2017
  • Winning Bidder Selected:
  • Construction Begins:
  • Construction Ends:

Features

To help increase capacity along the Milton Corridor, the scope of work includes:

  • An elevated pedestrian bridge to connect the new entrance/ancillary building to the new bus terminal building and rail platforms
  • A new pedestrian underground tunnel to connect the new entrance/ancillary building to the new bus terminal building and from the new bus terminal building to the existing TTC pedestrian tunnel  and pedestrian pick up and drop off building.
  • A new bus terminal building for MiWay and GO Transit operations
  • A new entrance/ancillary building incorporating main public entrance to the station with electrical and mechanical service rooms for the site.
  • Renovations and expansion to the existing Kipling GO station building and existing TTC pedestrian pick-up and drop off building
  • complete site infrastructure including parking upgrades, and improved vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian accesses
  • the construction of a new private driveway south of Dundas Street West for vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian accesses, including a new signalized intersection.

Community and Green Benefits

  • Reduced traffic congestion, greenhouse gases and fuel consumption.
  • Improved quality of life for commuters by reducing daily travel time.

Economic Benefits

  • Design and construction of the project will generate employment opportunities, produce significant benefits for commuters.

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