TTC's 8.6 KILOMETRE LINE 1 EXTENSION TO VAUGHAN OPENS SUNDAY

Dec 13, 2017

By Jane Brown

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Starting this Sunday December 17th, TTC riders will be able to travel all the way to Vaughan Metropolitan Centre near Jane Street and Highway 7 on the subway.

The city’s long awaited 8.6 kilometre Line 1 extension adds six new stops to Toronto’s subway system.

The new stations are Downsview Park, Finch West, York University, Pioneer Village, Highway 407 and Vaughan Metropolitan Centre. Downsview Park will also function as a GO station, with GO train service beginning there on December 30th.

There will be nearly 3000 parking spots spread across three of the new stations, with the largest lot at Pioneer Village Station. Parking will be free at the new lots until April.

Customers will be able to ride the entire length of Line 1 on a single TTC fare, but riders will need to pay again when switching to another transit system.

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