Toronto Transit Commission Highway 407 Station
|Northbound to Vaughan Metropolitan Centre||Highway 407||Southbound to Union|
|Next Station: Vaughan Metropolitan Centre||Next Station: Pioneer Village|
|Rapid Transit||Line 1 Yonge-University|
|Surface Routes||GO Transit, YRT 20|
|Opening Date||December 17, 2017|
Highway 407 Station is a rapid transit stop owned and operated by the Toronto Transit Commission and is located at the southwest corner of the Jane Street south of Highway 407 on the west bank of Black Creek in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. Parking for approximately 600 vehicles is available with passenger drop-off and pick-up.
The main station entrance is set back from Jane Street and incorporated with the bus terminal and passenger drop-off and pick-up. A large parking lot is located to the north. Passengers entering the station from the parking lot as well as drop-off and pick-up descend sloped, landscaped pathways to the concourse entrance under the bus terminal roadway. The bus terminal's large, sloping roof will be clad with clear anodized aluminum. The back of house rooms are clad in white ceramic panels with painted metal doors to match. Glazing is bird-friendly fritted glass in black aluminum curtain wall framing. Stairs, escalators and elevators are provided from the bus terminal to the concourse level.
Towards the south end of the concourse is the TTC fare line. Beyond that, there are escalators and an elevator that lead to platform level. Stairs wrap around the elevator shaft. Sloped windows next to Black Creek allow daylight into the concourse and down to platform level. Passengers bypass the maintenance level, containing TTC service rooms, as they head down.
The platform is between the two subway tracks. There are no centre support columns, as the weight is supported by the sides of the structure. Emergency exit stairs are located at both ends of the platform.
Flooring throughout most of the station makes use of coloured terrazzo with stairs in dark grey granite. The floor in the bus terminal is polished concrete. Ceilings in the bus terminal and at platform level are clear anodised brushed aluminum perforated panels, with accent downstands in a gloss black finish. The ceiling at concourse level is exposed architectural finish concrete. Interior walls and columns are clad with white ceramic panels. David Pearl developed the pubic art for the station which is comprised of coloured glass on the western side of the bus terminal and platform skylight.
|Highway 407 Station|
|Yonge-University||Monday to Friday||Saturday||Sunday|
|First Train northbound||6:03am||6:04am||7:54am|
|Last Train northbound||2:34am||2:28am||2:28am|
|First Train southbound||5:53am||5:52am||7:52am|
|Last Train southbound||1:06am||1:07am||1:07am|