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The Toronto Transit Commission's (TTC) 5.3-mile subway extension to southern Ontario's York region will open Dec. 17.Late last week, Ontario Minister of Transportation Steven Del Duca joined local officials to announce the opening date during a tour of the extension's Vaughan Metropolitan Center and Downsview Park stations. Known as the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension, the new line will include six subway stations and three commuter parking lots. The CA$3.18 billion project is an extension of TTC's Line 1 subway route.The new line will feature Wi-Fi service and the TTC's new Presto fare payment system."The extension will also be the first time ever that the TTC subway system will cross a municipal border, linking Toronto and York University with York Region," said TTC Chair Josh Colle in a press release.The Toronto-York Spadina extension runs from the Downsview Park Station in Toronto to the Vaughan Metropolitan Center along Highway 7 in York.TTC powered up the third rail on the extension earlier this year.
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