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The Ontario Line - Neighbourhood Updates - North

The following maps show the alignment, or route of the line, and the proposed location of station platforms. Station structures, entrance locations and initial design concepts will be shared as further design work is completed. Teams continue to study how to minimize community impacts and improve connections for customers.

Pape to Science Centre

map of the North segment of the Ontario line

The northern portion of the Ontario Line will offer connections to both the Line 2 subway and the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, along with many bus routes in between. It will extend rapid transit service to the densely populated Thorncliffe Park and Flemingdon Park neighbourhoods, reducing commute times and congestion for local residents. For example, a trip from Thorncliffe Park to King and Bay that currently takes 40 minutes is expected to take 25 minutes.

North - Pape Station

Pape Station will open up new travel options for 9,100 riders who will transfer between the Ontario Line and Line 2 during the busiest travel hour.

North - Cosburn Station

The Ontario Line will bring customers to Pape Village and East York thanks to a new station at Cosburn and Pape.

North - Don Valley Crossing

This underground section will emerge from the southern embankment of the Don Valley at Minton Place, west of the Leaside Bridge, on an elevated structure that will connect it to Thorncliffe Park.

North - Thorncliffe Park & Maintenance and Storage Facility

After crossing the Don Valley, the Ontario Line will cross Millwood Road and run along Overlea Boulevard on an elevated guideway that will be designed to fit nicely with its surroundings and create opportunities for new public space underneath.

North - Science Centre Station

A new transit hub at the Science Centre Station will connect the Ontario Line to the Eglinton Crosstown LRT and frequent local and express bus services from the north.