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The Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension Project will provide a critical extension for the existing Toronto Transit Commission subway system across the municipal boundary between the City of Toronto and The Regional Municipality of York (York Region)

Facts about the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension

This will be the first Toronto Transit Commission rapid transit line to cross the City of Toronto boundary.

About the Route

The Toronto - York Spadina Subway Extension is an 8.6km extension from Sheppard West Station northwest through York University within the City of Toronto and north to the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, in The Regional Municipality of York.

Toronto - York Spadina Subway Extension Route MapPDF file

Planned Service Levels:

Six stations will be built along the extension:

Commuter Parking

To encourage commuters to use the subway system, approximately 2,811 new parking spaces will be built at three stations along the extension. They include:

Open for Service:

Subway service is expected to begin at the end of 2017.

Environmental Assessments:

Estimated Project Cost:

The estimated cost of this project is $3.18 billion.

Project Funding:

The Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension project is jointly funded by the Government of Canada, the Province of Ontario, the City of Toronto and The Regional Municipality of York.

AttentionService Alert:

514 Cherry extended to King Street and Roncesvalles Avenue during CNE Aug 18 to Sept 4, 2017.

Last updated Aug 20, 5:50 AM

Bus Route Changes

TTC Bus

Review the recommended changes to bus routes in the area to connect to the new subway extension.

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To contact us for information about the project:

Call the information line: 1.800.223.6192 (live operator available 24/7)

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