Scarborough Center

The final three images in the series return to the Scarborough RT.  The line leaves Kennedy and runs at ground level for some length adjacent to CN rails that also handle one of the GO Transit commuter rail routes.  The RT then turns east for an elevated run through several stops in Scarborough.  This view is at the Scarborough Center station.  A major shopping center is a short passageway away.

The 6.4 kilometer (4.2 mile) route opened in 1985.  Although it is still relatively new as transit projects go, its future is somewhat uncertain.  The trains in use are nearly obsolete, and the line has some significant limitations.  Planning is ongoing. 

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