Welcome! Union Station is Canada's busiest, most important multi-modal passenger transportation hub, a designated National Historic Site and a significant part of Toronto's history and identity. More than a quarter-million people use Union Station daily. The City of Toronto is leading Union Station's revitalization with three objectives: to improve the quality and capacity of pedestrian movement; to restore heritage elements; and to transform Union Station into a major destination for shopping, dining and visiting.
(September 2016) - Toronto Hydro has awarded the City of Toronto's Union Station Revitalization Project close to $1 million in incentives through the Save on Energy Retrofit program for the project's investment in energy-saving technology. As part of the Union Station Revitalization Project, several chillers that previously cooled the station were removed and replaced with Enwave’s Deep Lake Water Cooling system.
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The City of Toronto, alongside Metrolinx and TTC are moving forward with extensive projects that will contribute to the overall revitalization of Union Station. Learn more about current and future milestones in the revitalization of Union Station.
Historical photos, artist renderings of the revitalized Union Station, and much more.
Union Station's revitalization will result in new pedestrian connections, including a new North-West PATH tunnel linking Front Street to Wellington Street.
Check out the micro-simulations of what the new Union Station will look and feel like.
While Union Station is being transformed, the City of Toronto will also transform Front St. to improve pedestrian movement around the station.
Browse our library of reports about the Union Station Revitalization Project.