Ontario Line

The Ontario Line is a 15.6-kilometre stand-alone rapid transit line that will connect the Ontario Science Centre to Exhibition/Ontario Place. Over half of the route is planned to run underground through new tunnels, with the remainder running along elevated and at-grade rail corridor sections of track. Fifteen stations are proposed, with numerous connections to the broader transit network, including GO Transit rail services, the Toronto Transit Commission's subway Lines 1 and 2, the future Line 5 (Eglinton Crosstown LRT), as well as numerous bus and streetcar routes.

The Ontario Line is one of four priority transit projects announced by the Province in 2019 for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. Planning is underway for all four subway projects and procurements for the subway program are being staged to ensure each project is delivered successfully.

The transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal at the future Pape Station would provide more housing, including affordable housing, jobs, and retail space for businesses, with convenient access to transit, including connections to subway service along the Ontario Line and Line 2 Bloor-Danforth, as well as the local bus network.
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The transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal at the future Cosburn Station would provide more housing, including affordable housing, jobs, and retail space for businesses, with convenient access to transit, including connections to subway service along the Ontario Line and the local bus network.
Watch a recording of the virtual open house.
The transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal at the future Thorncliffe Park Station would provide more housing, as well as office, and retail space for business, and convenient connections to the subway service along the Ontario Line and a new TTC bus terminus.
Watch a recording of the virtual open house.
The transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal at the Eastern Avenue site would provide more housing, and retail space for businesses and convenient access to transit, including connections to streetcar, bus and subway service along the Ontario Line.
Watch a recording of the virtual open house.
Gerrard-Carlaw South would be the second transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal at the future Gerrard Station, along with Gerrard-Carlaw North. It would provide more housing, office, retail, and general commercial space for businesses and convenient access to transit, including connections to streetcar, bus, and subway service along the Ontario Line.
Watch a recording of the virtual open house.

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The transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal for Corktown Station offers a dynamic community with housing, jobs, commercial uses (including office and retail spaces), and community spaces, such as a library, connected to the Ontario Line subway and TTC bus and streetcar services.
The transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal at the future King-Bathurst Station looks to add more housing and office space while retaining heritage buildings and structures, recognizing the character of this vibrant neighbourhood.
The transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal at the future Queen-Spadina Station would provide more housing, retail space for businesses and convenient access to transit, including the TTC streetcar and Ontario Line subway.
The transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal would transform Exhibition Station into a connected transit hub with new housing, office and retail space. Transit riders will be able to connect to GO Transit, the TTC and the Ontario Line subway, making it more convenient to get to this popular destination for sporting events, concerts and other attractions, as well as the growing Liberty Village community.
Situated directly adjacent to the future Gerrard Station along the Ontario Line, the proposed Gerrard-Carlaw North TOC will provide convenient and safe connections to downtown Toronto and surrounding areas. The proposed TOC will cohesively provide the community with enhanced greenspace, a new public park and spaces.