The following is from the Region of Waterloo’s website:
The King & Victoria Transit Hub
The Region of Waterloo has purchased land at the north-east corner of King and Victoria streets for a transit hub. The lands extend north to the rail line and east to Duke Street. The future transit hub will connect many different types of transportation including ION light rail transit, Grand River Transit, expanded GO train and bus, VIA Rail, Greyhound, Coach Canada, CarShare, pedestrians and cyclists. Travellers will be able to make smooth, accessible and convenient connections at the new transit hub.
The transit hub vision is to be more than a place to connect to transit. It will bring people and businesses to Waterloo Region and connect them to the Toronto-Waterloo Region technology corridor.
Come explore the plans for the future transit hub
The Region of Waterloo and the City of Kitchener invite you to explore the plans for the future transit hub at an open house.
Date: May 19, 2016
Time: 4 to 8 p.m.
Location: Regional Administrative Headquarters, 150 Frederick St., Kitchener
At the open house, you can find out about the transit hub plan and site options. You’ll also be able to provide your thoughts on the Waterloo Street design concepts and pedestrian overpass/underpass options. Staff will be present to answer your questions.