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Large square white Umbriano slabs pave the inside of the Bloomington Go station, complimenting the multi-colored tiled walls.
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Black Series pavers accent rectangular white Umbriano outside the entrance of the Bloomington Go station, with lighting and benches.
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A Bloomington Go entrance has benches, signs and wastebins on white Umbriano pavers with walking areas delineated by Black Series pavers.
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The entrance to Bloomington Go has shelter, benches and landscaping on Grenada white Umbriano pavers with accents in Series Black Granite.
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A shelter leads to Bloomington GO, on white Umbraino rectangles with Series black accents beside a parking lot paved with Eco Optiloc
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A parking lot paved in grey Eco-Optiloc permeable pavers precedes a glass and cement building with bus bays that says Bloomington GO.
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Bloomington GO
Project type
Parking Lots
Location
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Richmond Hill, ON
Application
Pedestrian
Style
Traditional

Located at Bloomington Rd. and Highway 404, the Bloomington Go Station extends the Richmond Hill Line and provides York region commuters with more options to travel the GTA. The Bloomington Go station offers 3 levels of parking, designated pick up and drop off areas, a 12-car train platform with a snowmelt system, a 6-bay bus loop, scooter and bicycle parking and heated shelters on the platform.

IBI Group designed the station with environmental wellbeing and sustainability top-of-mind, in order to achieve LEED Gold certification. This includes solar panels on the roof to generate electricity, low-energy LEDs as lighting, a stormwater management system incorporated into the building, a specialized underground crossing for frogs to commute from the onsite pond to neighboring wetlands, and a parking lot created with Unilock Eco-Optiloc™ pavers. Eco-Optiloc is a high- performance paver, accepted as a tool in creating an environmental solution for stormwater runoff. It’s innovative L-shaped design provides the ability to withstand heavier loads and the small voids created between the pavers allow for drainage. Waiting areas, bus bays and entrances utilize Umbriano® and Series™ pavers which offer contrasting sizes, textures and colors to create patterns that distinguish between walking and waiting areas.

A parking lot paved in grey Eco-Optiloc permeable pavers precedes a glass and cement building with bus bays, that reads Bloomington GO.
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Grenada White
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SERIES™
Black Granite
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