Just released Park Lawn business case next step towards new GO Station in West Toronto

Newly released Updated Initial Business Case (IBC) document shows Park Lawn GO station would serve nearly 5,000 customers every day and help take thousands of cars off the road. Metrolinx says this is the next step towards bringing a new GO station to the Etobicoke community.

The future of transit in Etobicoke just got a little bit brighter.

A newly released document from Metrolinx shows there are significant benefits to building a new Park Lawn GO Station.

The Updated Initial Business Case (IBC), released today (June 11),  shows the new GO station would serve a daily ridership of nearly 5,000 people, connecting nearby Etobicoke residents to a rapid transit option that would get them downtown in less than 15 minutes.

Metrolinx says the Updated IBC is just the first step – the development of a new station is still subject to other necessary approvals and agreements.

To read the Updated Initial Business Case, click here.

Story by: Scott Money, Metrolinx media relations senior advisor