A Subway for Scarborough

Metrolinx and Infrastructure Ontario are working together to deliver the Scarborough Subway Extension, a 7.8-kilometre extension of Line 2 from Kennedy Station to McCowan Road/Sheppard Avenue.

The Scarborough Subway Extension will reduce travel times and improve access to jobs, schools and other destinations. The Scarborough Subway Extension will replace TTC’s Line 3 (the Scarborough RT) and will add three more stops onto the Line 2 subway. They will be at Lawrence Avenue and McCowan Road, Scarborough Centre, and McCowan Road and Sheppard Avenue, which will be the new terminal station for Line 2.

This extension will provide seamless travel for Scarborough residents heading into and out of the downtown core. It will also provide connections to GO Transit, the Eglinton Crosstown LRT and Durham Region Transit through two transit hubs located at Kennedy and new, upgraded facilities at Scarborough Centre and at Sheppard Avenue and McCowan Road. Scarborough residents will soon have the same kind of connected and seamless subway service that residents have in other areas of the city.

The Preliminary Design Business Case is being prepared and will be presented to the Metrolinx Board. Teams are using previous work completed by the City of Toronto and TTC to move this project forward as quickly as possible.

Stay tuned to this page for future project updates.

If you have any questions about the Scarborough Subway Extension, please contact ScarboroughSubwayExtension@metrolinx.com

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