Viva Green

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Viva Green
Overview
System York Region Transit
Operator Veolia Transportation
Vehicle Van Hool A330
Status Phase 2
Began service October 16, 2005.
Route
Locale Markham and Toronto
Ontario, Canada
Start Don Mills
End McCowan-Highway 7
Stations 11
Service
Frequency 23 mins (rush hour only)
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Stop on Don Mills Road at the west side of Fairview Mall in Toronto

Viva Green is a Viva bus rapid transit line in York Region, north of Toronto, Canada. It is operated by Veolia Transportation under contract from the Region of York.

There are 11 stations on the Green line, between the southerly terminus at Don Mills subway station in North York and McCowan Road in Markham. [1]

Viva Green
Name Opening Date City/Town Major Connections
*Don Mills subway station October 16, 2005 Toronto BSicon SUBWAY.svg TTC - Line 4 - Sheppard line.svg Don Mills (TTC)
*Don Mills Station
*Seneca Hill
*McNicoll
Esna-Steeles Markham
Denison
14th
Warden November 20, 2005
Post Road February 5, 2017[2][3]
Enterprise November 20, 2005
Kennedy November 20, 2005
Bullock
McCowan
  • Stations with * denote stations south of Steeles Avenue
  • italics indicates future bus stop

The line only operates during peak times. To access Unionville GO Station, passengers should get off at Enterprise Viva station on Viva Purple or Viva Green and walk to the station, or take Viva Pink to Unionville GO Station.

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