In Photos: Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension

We took a ride on the TTC to check out the new subway stations taking commuters to Vaughan


The line one subway extension taking TTC riders from Union Station to Vaughan officially opened December 17. In celebration of the six new stops including Downsview Park, Finch West, York University, Pioneer Village, Highway 407 and Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, the TTC was free of charge all Sunday. Many took the opportunity to ride the subway to the new stations, which feature unique architecture and art. The total cost for the extension was around $3.18 billion, split between the federal and provincial governments, City of Toronto and York Region.

York University Station

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Samuel Engelking

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Samuel Engelking

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Samuel Engelking

Highway 407 Station

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Samuel Engelking

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Samuel Engelking

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Samuel Engelking

Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station

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Samuel Engelking

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Samuel Engelking

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Samuel Engelking

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