Oakville GO Station is a train and bus station in the GO Transit network located at 214 Cross Avenue in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, near the Trafalgar Road exit 118 of the Queen Elizabeth Way. Via Rail's Oakville Station is located at 200 Cross Avenue, and directly accessible from GO's north platform. It is a stop on GO's Lakeshore West line train service and, until October 2007, served as the western terminus for weekend service.
On weekdays, one branch of the Highway 407 GO bus service, that connects with Sheridan College, Square One Bus Terminal, Bramalea GO Station, and York University terminates at this station, as does the Highway 403 peak-hour service, that also serves Square One, then follows Highway 401 to Yorkdale Bus Terminal, and Yonge Street to the Finch Bus Terminal. Apart from Union Station, Oakville is the busiest station in GO Transit's network by passenger volume.
Via trains from several Windsor-Quebec corridor routes stop here, as does Amtrak's Maple Leaf service from New York to Toronto. Via uses a separate station building. A new Via station building was recently completed.