The commute to Vaughan and York University just got easier—and significantly better looking. This week, the TTC opened six new subway stations, its largest expansion in nearly 40 years. Each building features museum-worthy art installations, making the commute feel like a gallery tour. International and local artists worked closely with architects to create integrated experiences. This isn’t art slapped onto the side of a building—it’s an essential part of the structural design. We toured the extension, stop by stop, and asked the project’s public art consultant, Brad Golden, to explain the vision for each station.
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