GO Train service resumes on Lakeshore West, trains continue to bypass Clarkson

GO Train service on the Lakeshore West line has resumed after two tracks have reopened at Clarkson Station following their closure earlier today.

A person was struck by a train near the station at around 5 p.m.

GO Transit says to expect delays on the Lakeshore West line this evening. (CBC News)

GO Train service on the Lakeshore West line has resumed after two tracks have reopened at Clarkson Station following their closure earlier today.

GO Transit adds that trains are still bypassing the station.

The reopening of the tracks comes after a person was struck and killed by a Via train near the station at around 5 p.m.

The closures caused significant delays on the Lakeshore West line during rush hour. 

Commuters who need to get to Clarkson Station have the option of taking a shuttle bus from either Port Credit Station or Oakville Station, GO Transit said.