Toronto, ON, Canada
| 1 side platform|
2 June 2005
| 2467 Eglinton Avenue East
At Adjacent Subway or Community Centre
Acton GO Station, Agincourt GO Station, Bradford GO Station, Centennial GO Station, Scarborough GO Station
Kennedy GO Station Wikipedia
Kennedy GO Station is a train station in the GO Transit network located in the Scarborough area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is a stop on the Stouffville line train service, and connections can be made at the adjacent Kennedy TTC station with the Bloor-Danforth and Scarborough RT lines and TTC bus service. Train service is available only during the morning (Southbound) and evening (northbound) rush hours with no off peak GO Bus service. The station opened June 2, 2005.
Despite being on the CN Uxbridge Subdivision and preceding operators dating to the 19th Century, there was never a station near this location. There is no permanent station building with only shelters along the platform. There is no manned ticket booth; tickets are purchased from vending ticketing machines only.
No GO Transit parking is available. Pay parking is available in the TTC's and the adjacent community centre's parking lots
It is one of three GO Stations directly connected to a TTC subway station (the others being Kipling and Union).