Warden Station is now open!

Warden Station, your new rapid transit station, is Now Open!

The first built example of a rapid transit system is now open in York Region! We’re proud to announce that Viva vehicles began arriving at Warden Station in Markham on Sunday morning, and we were there Monday to celebrate with the morning commuters as the Viva Pink, Purple, and Green picked up and delivered customers at this new station through the morning rush hour.

Warden Station is at the intersection of Warden Avenue and Enterprise Boulevard, on the first rapidway segment in York Region. We’ll be building rapidways on Davis Drive in Newmarket, Yonge Street in Richmond Hill, and along Highway 7 from Vaughan to Markham, with a total of 71 vivastations similar to Warden Station located about one kilometre apart along each rapidway.

We’re really excited about opening Warden Station, and we want you to help us celebrate by entering our contest for your chance to win a 10-pack of 2-zone, adult Viva tickets!

Click here to enter the online contest.

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One Response to “Warden Station is now open!”

  1. Matt says:

    Confusing! There is already a Warden station at St. Clair. Still…the design is cool and the motion-activated heaters are a fantastic idea

    DaleA: Hi Matt,

    Thanks for your comment – we agree that the design and the motion-activated heaters are great and we’re excited about this first station and all the future rapid transit stations we’re building. Although Markham’s Warden Station goes by the same name as the TTC station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line, we’re sure the design and location will set it apart. We’re always happy to hear suggestions and compliments – Thx.

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