Yonge North Subway ExtensionExtending Line 1 subway service nearly 8 km north from Finch Station to Richmond Hill.
- Steeles Station
Located along the boundary of the City of Toronto and York Region, Steeles Station will be the transit hub for the southern part of the Yonge North Subway Extension. The station will put the subway withing walking distance for 8,600 people and 3,400 jobs.
Steeles Station will make the transit network stronger through a major bus terminal that will connect the subway to local bus routes that serve Toronto and York Region, as well as a future TTC rapid transit line proposed to connect communities along Steeles Avenue.
Station area map
The location and design of station buildings, bus terminals and other structures will be confirmed as planning work continues.
You can find a more detailed project footprint in the updated Environmental Project Report Addendum.
- 8,600 people within walking distance of the station
- 5,400 customers will use the station during the busiest travel hour (2,900 getting on and 2,500 getting off the subway)
- 29,700 daily transfers to and from buses
- 3,400 jobs in the area
- Transit connections:
- Local TTC bus service
- Local York Region Transit service
- Future Steeles rapid transit line
*Forecast for the year 2041
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