Locations with reserved parking
Reserved spaces are available at Newmarket GO Bus Terminal and at
all GO Train stations except:
As of December 1, 2012, the cost to rent a parking space is $80.00
(including taxes) per month, for a minimum six-month term. Payment
can be made annually, semi-annually, or monthly by Visa, MasterCard,
or American Express or pre-authorized debit. After the first six
months, your reserved parking agreement will automatically renew on
a month-to-month basis.
Download and print the
application form (pdf).
Forms can also be picked up at the Customer Service Centre in
Union Station or at any GO Station.
Drop off your completed application at the Customer Service
Centre or at your station.
Applications must be received at Union Station no later than the
15th of the month before the month you want to start your reserved
parking agreement. Subject to availability, agreements begin the
first of the month.
Once your application has been processed, our reserved parking
office will mail you a confirmation letter stating your assigned
parking space number. We’ll install a sign with your assigned number
at your reserved space.
If your reserved space is occupied when you arrive
Although it seldom occurs, there may be an occasion when you
arrive at the station to find an unauthorized vehicle parked in your
spot. If that happens, simply park in the kiss & ride area without
blocking the flow of traffic. Advise the station attendant or call
Transit Safety at 905.803.0642 after 9 a.m. and let them know your
name, your station, your reserved space number, and the license
plate number of your car parked in the kiss & ride. Under normal
circumstances, a transit safety officer will be dispatched to ticket
the illegally parked car before 3 p.m. that day.
Early cancellation of a reserved space
There is a $100 early termination fee if you decide to cancel
your reserved space before the end of the six-month term, and a
six-month waiting period before you may rent a reserved spot again.
Updating your contact or credit card information
If you already have a reserved parking permit, but need to update
your credit card information, please
If you receive a GO Transit parking ticket, you have the option
of dealing directly with us rather than going through the courts.
General enquiries about Parking Infraction Notices can be made by
firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 416.869.3600 ext.
If you have received a GO Transit Violation Notice and are looking
for information about the Dispute Resolution Program,
Online payments for GO parking tickets can be made by Visa or
Transactions may take up to two business days to be processed.
Please allow enough time to ensure your ticket is paid by the due
Payment by phone
Call 1.877.678.8465 (in Canada and the USA) or 905.755.1295 in
the GTA, and pay your GO parking fine using VISA or MasterCard. Make
sure you listen to the options carefully and select GO Transit.
Payment in person
Payments for GO parking tickets may be made in person at Union
Station Customer Service, 140 Bay St., downtown Toronto, by cash,
cheque, traveller's cheque, money order, Visa, MasterCard, American
Express, or debit card.
Our Customer Service Centre is just inside the Bay St. entrance
to Union Station. It is staffed from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays
and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends and holidays.
Please note that parking fine services are not available
at 20 Bay St.
Payment by mail
When paying by mail, write the number of the Parking Infraction
Notice on the front of your cheque or money order and make it
payable to GO Transit. Make sure to include the Parking Infraction
Notice with your payment. Dishonoured cheques may be subject to an
Mail your payment to:
Parking Ticket Processing Centre
P.O. Box 292
Mississauga, ON L4T 3B6
Please ensure you allow enough time for your payment to arrive
before the due date. Late payments will be returned.
Note: Do not send cash by mail
Any Parking Infraction Notices that are at the enforcement stage
(plate denial) can only be paid at the Ontario Ministry of
Transportation and through the Service Ontario kiosks by selecting
the PAY FINES TO RENEW STICKER option.
Unpaid fines (including unpaid parking fines) filed with the
Ministry of Transportation are payable to the Minister of Finance
(Ontario). Payments can be made to the provincial government by
mail, at a Service Ontario kiosk, or at any Ministry of
Parking Infraction Notices issued by GO Transit that are at the
conviction stage, but not enforcement (plate denial), can only be
paid at an Ontario Court of Justice, Provincial Offences Office
location. Please refer to your notice of fine and due date for
payment information, or make payment at the court location nearest
If you are unsure of the status of your parking ticket, please
enquire by email at
email@example.com, or call 416.869.3600 ext. 7180 and
ask to speak to a parking administrator.
Request for trial
If you wish to contest the Parking Infraction Notice and request
a trial, you must fill in the required information on the reverse of
the notice, SIGN IT, and mail it to:
Parking Ticket Processing Centre
P.O. Box 292
Mississauga, ON L4T 3B6
Your trial notice will be mailed to you by the Ontario Court of
Justice in the jurisdiction where the offence occurred.
Request for administrative review
Within 15 days of the date when a Parking Infraction Notice
and/or a Notice of Impending Conviction is issued, you may request
administrative review of the Parking Infraction Notice. Upon
reviewing your situation, GO Transit may vary, modify, adjust, amend
or withdraw the parking infraction. If the matter is unresolved
through this process, you may choose to pay the set fine or request
You may request administrative review by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at 416.869.3600 ext 7180,
or by mail to:
20 Bay Street, Suite 600
Toronto, ON M5J 2W3
Attention: Parking Administrative Review Office
Notice of impending conviction
A Notice of Impending Conviction will be mailed to the
owner/operator of the vehicle plate if payment has not been received
within 15 days of the date of infraction, or a request for trial has
not been made. The owner or operator must pay the set fine as
indicated on the notice or request a trial by the due date, or a
conviction will be registered without further notice and the
defendant will be liable for additional court costs.
Please be advised that once a court conviction has been recorded
against a Parking Infraction Notice, a Notice of Fine and Due Date
will be issued to the registered owner with a due date by which to
respond. If action is not taken in the form of payment, appeal or
application re-opening by the due date specified, the matter will be
forwarded to the Ministry of Transportation and a $20 enforcement
fee will be added to the existing fine and cost amount. The fine
amount must be paid to the Ministry of Transportation upon renewal
in order to receive your plate sticker for the following year or to
purchase new plates.