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Sneak preview of three new TTC stations,
on the Line 1 subway extension, October 28


Image, TTC.

This Saturday, October 28, you can grab a sneak peek into three of the new subway stations on the Line 1 Yonge - University extension to Vaughan.

From 1 until 5 p.m., you can visit:

  • Pioneer Village Station, 2800 Steeles Avenue West;
  • Highway 407 Station, 7332 Jane Street; and
  • Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station, 3150 Highway 7 West.

During these open houses, you can tour the stations, meet with the construction teams and chat with staff from PRESTO, York Region Transit, Brampton Transit and TTC about service changes and other project partners including the TTC’s wireless provider, BAI Canada and the City of Vaughan.

Architects and artists who designed and built the stations will be on hand, including Will Alsop (Pioneer Village station architect), David Pearl (artist for Highway 407 Station) and Paul Raff (artist for Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station).

At Pioneer Village Station, a barbeque lunch supports the United Way of Toronto and York Region.

During these open houses, the elevators and escalators are not operating, so the lower levels are not accessible for visitors who can’t use stairs.

The subway extension opens Sunday, December 17.

Getting there by public transit:

  • TTC Line 1 Yonge - University subway trains to the current end of the line at Sheppard West Station. The TTC is operating a shuttle bus between Sheppard West and Pioneer Village stations and back again from 12:40 until 5:15 p.m.
  • YRT is providing a free shuttle bus from Pioneer Village Station to Highway 407 and Vaughan Metropolitan stations, returning to Pioneer Village Station.


  • TTC buses operate along the 60 Steeles West route to Pioneer Village Station.
  • YRT buses operate along the 20 Jane route to Highway 407 Station.
  • Brampton Transit buses operate along the 501 Züm Queen route and YRT buses operate along the 20 Jane, 77 Highway 7 and Viva orange routes to Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station.

If you must drive, you can park:

  • Pioneer Village Station - Free parking in the commuter parking lot on the north side of Steeles Avenue West.
  • Highway 407 Station - No parking for the event. Board the YRT shuttle buses from Pioneer Village or Vaughan Metropolitan Centre stations.
  • Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station - SmartCentres is providing free parking for the event in the lots at Home Outfitters at 3200 Highway 7 and the KPGM building at 100 New Park Place.
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