Ontario LineA new 15.6-km subway line in Toronto that will run from Exhibition Place, through downtown, all the way to the Ontario Science Centre.
- East Harbour Station
East Harbour Station
Just east of the Don River and north of Lake Shore Boulevard East, a station at East Harbour will be an important transfer point, accommodating GO operations, a planned extension of the Broadview streetcar, and Ontario Line service in a corner of the city that is poised for growth.
The future East Harbour transit hub will be a vital connection for customers transferring between the Ontario Line and GO train services. With a shared concourse providing easy access to all the rail services that will serve East Harbour, more customers will be able to transfer from the GO train to the subway network to get to more places. This important connection between the subway network and GO rail services will also help relieve crowding at Union Station by up to 14 per cent – or 14,000 people - during the busiest travel hour.
Station area map
Map showing East Harbour Station location. View a more detailed project footprint in the Environmental Impact Assessment Report here.
- 5,800 people within walking distance to the station
- 8,600 transfers during the busiest travel hour
- 14,900 people will use the station during the busiest travel hour (7,000 getting on and 7,800 getting off the Ontario Line)
- 50,000+ jobs in the area**
*Forecast for the year 2041. **According to Transit-Oriented Communities proposal for East Harbour. Read more about the Transit-Oriented Communities development proposed for the area.
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