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"Scarborough Subway":
Public consultation meeting, May 10



Scarborough subway logo2.pngAfter a lengthy debate Tuesday, March 28, Toronto City Council approved proceeding with the next steps for building the “Scarborough Subway”. The proposal would extend the TTC’s Line 2 Bloor - Danforth subway six kilometres underground northeast to Scarborough Centre Station. Council voted in favour of the plan 26 to 18.

It also supported a station on the west side of McCowan Road, between Triton Road and Progress Avenue under a future extension of Borough Drive. The project also includes a two-level terminal to serve local and regional buses.

To satisfy the requirements of Ontario’s Environmental Assessment Act, this project is the subject of a transit project assessment process. City and TTC staff are preparing an environmental project report to document the planning process and details of the project, including environmental conditions, the best route, the best sites for the future station and bus terminal, construction methods, and impacts.

You can participate actively in the transit project assessment process by attending public events or by contacting staff directly with information, comments or questions.

For example, this Wednesday, May 10, City and TTC staff are hosting a public event where you can learn more, ask questions and comment about the project:

Scarborough Civic Centre,
150 Borough Drive,
6:30 until 8:30 p.m.
(Presentation at 7 p.m.)

You can also contact staff directly by e-mail: Scarboroughsubwayextension@toronto.ca.


Getting there by public transit

  • TTC 3 Scarborough line to Scarborough Centre Station, beside the civic centre.
  • TTC buses operating along the 9 Bellamy, 16 McCowan, 21 Brimley, 38 Highland Creek, 43B Kennedy via Progress, 129 McCowan North, 130 Middlefield, 131 Nugget, 132 Milner, 133 Neilson, 134 Progress, 169 Huntingwood, 190 Scarborough Centre rocket and 199 Finch rocket routes to Scarborough Centre Station, beside the civic centre.
  • GO Transit buses operating along the 51 Pickering / York U, 92 Oshawa / Yorkdale and 96 Oshawa / Finch express routes to Scarborough Centre GO Bus Terminal, beside the civic centre.
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