Getting around the VMC

Making it easy to get around.

Vaughan is the only urban growth centre in the Greater Toronto Area, outside of Toronto, that has subway access and an innovative intermodal transit system located near Highway 7 and Jane Street.

Opening in December 2017, the Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC) new subway extension—Line 1 Yonge University—will offer riders six new subway stations from Downsview Park Station to the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station.

For passengers, it’s only a quick 7-minute subway ride from VMC Station to York University Station and a 45-minute ride to Union Station. York Region Transit/Viva is opening its new regional bus terminal and bus rapid.

Sidewalks and bike lanes will make it even easier to get to and from the VMC. To escape inclement weather, pedestrians can travel in the underground pathway with direct access to the TTC subway station and the SmartCentres Place Bus Terminal.

For those who need their car for work, Highway 400 and 407 ETR are only a short drive away in the VMC. Drivers will have access to commuter parking lots located at two subway stations in Vaughan: Highway 407 Station and Pioneer Village Station.

The VMC Mobility Hub will make it easy to get around.