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Highway 407 Station Advanced Works

July 1, 2010

Advanced Construction for Enabling Works

Highway 407 Station

Construction begins this month on the advanced construction of enabling works for Highway 407 Subway Station. The work is necessary as part of the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension (TYSSE) project.

Work includes building a new six (6) lane clear span bridge, access roads, traffic signals, stormwater management pond, watermains, the relocation of utilities, and the realignment of a portion of Black Creek. The construction site is located south of Highway 407 and west of Jane Street. Construction of the enabling works for the future Highway 407 Subway Station is expected to be completed in September 2011.

Work Hours

Lane Restrictions

There will be curb lane restrictions southbound on Jane St south of Highway 407 to approaching the CN rail line. Due to the nature of the work, motorists may face traffic delays.

Construction Vehicle Access

Construction vehicles will access the construction site on southbound Jane Street south of Highway 407. During deliveries of construction material and equipment, traffic movement southbound on Jane Street may be delayed or limited to a reduced speed. Your patience during this time is greatly appreciated.

We regret any inconvenience that may be caused as a result of this work.

For more Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension construction information, please contact us at:

Construction Information Line: 1-800-223-6192


TTY Hearing Impaired Service: 416-481-2523 (Daily 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., closed statutory holidays).

Bus Route Changes


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

Read about it here!

Need Information

To contact us for information about the project:

Call 416-393-4636 (INFO) automated information available 24 hours daily.

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Photo Gallery

Check out the latest construction photos and project YouTube videos.

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