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Located within Parc Downsview Park, Downsview Park Station is the first stop on the new Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension. This "green" station will offer direct access to a new rail station on the Barrie GO Line!
The second stop on the new Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension is Finch West Station. Located under Keele Street, north of Finch Avenue West, this station will feature a bus terminal, commuter parking lot, Passenger Pick-Up and Drop-Off and secure bicycle parking.
Nestled into the heart of the York University Campus, this station is the third stop on the new Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension. York University Station features a sweeping cool roof, bicycle parking and exciting Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) artwork.
Pioneer Village Station is the fourth stop on the new Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension and is located at the intersection of Steeles Avenue and Northwest Gate. With its unique and world class architecture, this station will surely become a well known landmark.
Highway 407 Station is the second last stop on the new Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension. The station is located in Vaughan, just west of Jane Street and south of Highway 407 on the west bank of Black Creek. York Region Transit and Brampton Transit will service this multi-modal station that includes a commuter parking lot and passenger pick-up and drop-off.
The final stop on the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension is Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station. The station will be constructed north of Highway 7 and west of the relocated Millway Avenue. With a distinctive domed design for the station entrance, this station will serve as a transportation hub with connections to York Region Transit bus terminal and VIVA Rapidway that will run in the centre of Highway 7.
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