Pickering's fully enclosed landmark pedestrian bridge spans 14 lanes of Highway 401, Canada's busiest transportation link, interconnecting our main mobility hub with our emerging City Centre. Residents and commuters alike now enjoy safe, easy and sheltered access to an integrated transportation network, shopping, services and home.

The bridge continues to play a significant role in the dramatic transformation of our City Centre, linking the Pickering GO Station to our Class 'A', LEED-Gold office tower, Centre for Canadian Nuclear Sustainability (CCNS) Innovation and Collaboration Space, Pickering Town Centre, new City Centre restaurants, and 500-vehicle GO Transit parking deck.


Accessibility is key to the design of the bridge, with elevator access at both the north and south landings and directly to platform levels.


This multimillion dollar project was funded by the federal and provincial governments, and Metrolinx.


In 2021, Pickering made it into the Guinness World Records as home to the longest enclosed pedestrian bridge in the entire world - view the details

Photo Gallery: Pedestrian Bridge will appear here on the public site.