Dixie GO Station
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|Location||2445 Dixie Road
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Structure type||Brick station building|
|Station code||GO Transit: DXGO|
|Opened||27 October 1981|
Like most GO stations, Dixie offers parking facilities for commuters, and allows for wheelchair-accessible train services through a raised mini-platform giving access to the 5th carriage from the locomotive; it is one of the only three stations on the Milton Line (excluding Union Station) that offer the mini-platform. The station building houses a ticket sales agent and a waiting room.
Although ridership is growing on the Milton line including at Dixie, GO cannot increase its services here at present because the line is shared with busy Canadian Pacific Railway freight trains. Frequent weekday GO buses serving the station help alleviate the demand.
In order to increase capacity on the Milton line, GO plan to extend Dixie's platform to accommodate twelve-carriage trains once more powerful locomotives capable of pulling such trains have entered service in 2008.
MiWay, formerly Mississauga Transit, serves the station with one on-street bus line. Route 5 Dixie passes outside the station entrance.