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Downtown Segment

The Ontario Line - Neighbourhood Updates - Downtown

The following plans describe the alignment (route) of the line, and the proposed location of station structures and entrance locations.

Osgoode to Don Yard

map of the downtown segment of the Ontario line

We are making important progress on bringing more rapid transit to downtown Toronto with the Ontario Line. The stations at Osgoode, Queen, Moss Park and Corktown will give people fast and easy connections between the Ontario Line and other major transit routes. The stations have been designed to put customers close to popular streetcar and subway routes and to develop a truly integrated transit network, making it as simple as possible to experience the city and the whole Greater Golden Horseshoe all with the simple tap of a PRESTO card. This will help spread demand across the existing network and make it easier for people to choose transit first.

Downtown - Osgoode

The Ontario Line will link directly to Line 1 at Osgoode Station, giving customers an important connection to and from the existing subway network.

Downtown - Queen

With seven entry points to this important transfer hub in the city’s downtown core, about 16,600 people are expected to use Queen Station during the busiest travel hour.

Downtown - Moss Park

The Ontario Line station at Moss Park will connect a dense and fast-growing area of the city to the subway network. An estimated 7,300 people are expected to use Moss Park station during the busiest travel hour.

Downtown - Corktown

The Ontario Line station serving Corktown will make it easier for people to visit this new and growing neighborhood and the nearby Distillery District.

Downtown - Don Yard

Making use of the existing GO corridor means we can shrink our footprint and make efficient use of existing transit space, therefore minimizing impacts to surrounding communities and keeping costs down.