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Malton GO Station

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Owned by  Metrolinx
Connections  MiWay Transhelp
Disabled access  Yes
Province  Ontario
Platforms in use  1
Tracks  3
Parking  525 spaces
Opened  1974
Owner  Metrolinx
Malton GO Station
Location  3060 Derry Road Mississauga, Ontario Canada
Address  Mississauga, ON L4T 1A9, Canada
Similar  Bramalea GO Station, Etobicoke North GO Station, York University GO Station, Dixie GO Station, Acton GO Station

Malton go station train spotting

Malton GO Station is a train and bus station in the GO Transit network, located near Toronto Pearson International Airport, in the community of Malton in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. It is a stop on the Kitchener line and for Via Rail trains operating between Toronto, London and Sarnia.


Go train leaving malton go station


The original site of Malton railway station was approximately 0.8 km (0.5 mi) west of the current GO Transit facility, where Scarboro Street crosses the tracks. The first station was a wood frame structure built in 1856 by the Grand Trunk Railway (GTR), which was superseded by a second frame building in 1912. Ownership of the station was transferred to Canadian National Railway in 1920 when they acquired the GTR and they demolished that station in 1973.

GO Transit constructed a completely new building and platforms, south of Derry Road and west of Airport Road, for the introduction of GO Train service in 1974.

The International Limited was operated jointly by Via Rail and Amtrak between Chicago and Toronto. The service, which had started in 1982, was discontinued in 2004.

Metrolinx, the parent of GO Transit, purchased the 25 km (15.5 mi) Weston Subdivision from Canadian National Railway in 2009, including this section of track. CN will continue to serve its freight customers in the area and VIA will operate trains on the line.

Recent station renovations included improvements such as new walkways and a tunnel for pedestrian access to new platforms which have canopies rather than shelters, and expansion of the parking lot. The previous basic brick building has also been replaced by a new structure which offers improved facilities. The addition of elevators has now made the station fully accessible.

Bus connections

  • 31 Guelph - Georgetown - Brampton - Toronto GO Bus intermediate stops between Guelph Central Station, Georgetown GO Station, Brampton GO Station and Union Station Bus Terminal
  • 38 Bolton GO Bus to Bolton
  • 12 Rexdale (MiWay)
  • Most local MiWay bus routes do not enter the station bus loop and can be boarded a short distance away at Derry Road. These are Routes 30, 42 and 59.


    Malton GO Station Wikipedia

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