Highway 407 Subway Station

Highway 407 Subway Station Toronto | Location, Address, and Map

A Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) network newcomer, Highway 407 Station, opened its doors in December 2017. Located in Vaughan, Ontario, this station is one of only two within the TTC system outside of Toronto. Its unique design features an open layout, allowing for natural light and artistic flourishes like the “Sky Ellipse” installation.


  • Address: 7332 Jane Street, Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
  • Coordinates: 43°47′02″N 79°31′23″W

Station Features:

  • Platform type: Centre platform
  • Number of tracks: 2
  • Construction: Underground
  • Parking: 550 accessible spaces
  • Accessibility: Fully accessible

Additional Information:

  • Architect: Aedas
  • Architectural style: Postmodern
  • Opened: December 17, 2017
  • Ridership (2019): 13,956 (ranked 56th out of 75 TTC stations)
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Highway 407 Subway Station

Location: 7332 Jane Street, Vaughan

Accessibility: Fully accessible with elevators, ramps, and accessible washrooms.

Public Transit:

  • TTC Line 1 Yonge-University subway station
  • GO Transit buses
  • York Region Transit buses
  • Mobility Plus stop (shares bay 3 with 20 Jane Southbound)


  • 583-space commuter parking lot accessible from the west end of the station driveway

Station Levels:

  • Level 1 (Bus Terminal): GO Transit and York Region Transit buses, Mobility Plus stop, washrooms, and access to the parking lot.
  • Level 2 (Street): Entrance, passenger pick-up/drop-off, ramp/stair access to Concourse Level.
  • Level 3 (Concourse): Fare gates and access to all other levels.
  • Level 4 (Subway Platforms): There are northbound and southbound platforms, elevators, escalators, and stairs for access.

Additional details:

  • 25-passenger pick-up/drop-off spaces located west of the station entrance.
  • One accessible entrance on the north side of the station driveway.
  • Detailed information on platform access for northbound and southbound trains.

The provided information details the operating hours of Highway 407 Station:

  • Weekends and holidays: Opens at 6:00 AM and closes at 2:00 AM the following day.
  • Weekdays: Opens at 5:50 AM and closes at 2:35 AM the following day.
  • Location: 7332 Jane Street, at the intersection of Jane Street and Highway 407.
  • Number of spaces: 550
  • Hours of operation:
    • Paid parking: 5:00 AM to 2:00 AM, weekdays only.
    • Free parking: Weekends and statutory holidays.
  • Rates:
    • Daily: $7
    • Afternoon/evening (3 PM to 2 AM): $2
  • Payment methods: Green P mobile app, pay-and-display machines (coin, VISA, MasterCard, American Express)
  • Overnight parking: Not allowed (2 AM to 5 AM)
  • Entrance: West side of Jane Street, just south of Highway 407.


  • Call 416-539-LIFT (5438) before you travel to check for any accessibility alerts.
  • Locations:
    • Parking lot entrance to the concourse level.
    • Concourse level to Line 1 platform.


  • Always operational:
    • Concourse level to Line 1 platform (up & down).
  • One-way operation:
    • Line 1 platform to concourse level (down only).
    • Bus platform to concourse level (down only).
    • Concourse level to parking lot entrance (up only).
  • Northbound (towards Vaughan Metropolitan Centre):
    • The next train arrives in 0 minutes.
    • Additional trains arrive in 7 minutes and 9 minutes.
  • Southbound (towards Finch via Union):
    • The next train arrives immediately (already at the station).

Due to its relatively new development area, there aren’t many widely known landmarks near Highway 407 Station. However, here are a few points of interest nearby:

  • IKEA Vaughan: This massive IKEA store is located just across the street from the station, offering a wide variety of furniture and home goods
  • Vaughan Metropolitan Centre: This planned urban center is nearby and will eventually include office buildings, residential towers, and shopping malls.
  • Black Creek Pioneer Village: Located a little further away, this living history museum portrays life in Upper Canada during the 1800s.

It’s important to note that the surrounding area is still under development, so more landmarks and attractions may emerge.

Map of Highway 407 Subway Station


How long is the subway ride from 407 Station to Union Station?

There is no subway station named “407 station” on the Toronto transit system. 407 refers to Highway 407, which is a toll highway, not a subway line.

Who owns the 407 highway in Ontario?

407 ownership: Highway 407 is operated under a lease agreement with the Ontario government by a consortium of companies. As of 2022, the ownership breakdown is:
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board: 50.01%
Cintra Global S.E. (Spanish firm): 43.23%
AtkinsRéalis Canada Inc. (formerly SNC-Lavalin): 6.76%