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Stouffville GO Transit line’s Milliken, Agincourt stations upgraded for improved transit in Markham
Sept. 15, 2023

The Ontario government has completed much-needed infrastructure upgrades at Milliken and Agincourt GO stations on the Stouffville line, advancing plans for increased GO train service.

“These major infrastructure improvements will increase safety and accessibility for customers while supporting future two-way, all-day, 15-minute train service between Toronto and Markham,” said Prabmeet Sarkaria, minister of transportation.

Enhancements at Milliken GO station include an additional track and platform, two new pedestrian tunnels, and additional vehicle and cycling lanes on Steeles Avenue.

Commuters at Agincourt GO station will benefit from a brand-new station building with modern facilities, as well as additional platforms and pedestrian tunnels.

“By investing in critical infrastructure upgrades on the Stouffville line, we are making it faster and easier for residents in Markham-Unionville to take public transit, while continuing to deliver on our historic GO expansion plan,” said Billy Pang, MPP for Markham-Unionville.

As part of the larger GO expansion program, improvements at the Milliken and Agincourt GO stations will build capacity on the Stouffville line to meet future ridership demand.

In March, the Government of Ontario committed $70.5 billion to build new and improved public transit over the next 10 years.