TTC Museum Station Renovation
On Tuesday, April 8th, 2008, the newly renovated Museum station on the University subway line was officially opened/unveiled. Many officials and press, including Mayor David Miller were present on opening day. The $5 million renovation plan was originally proposed by the Toronto Community Foundation as part of their goal to increase tourism and public transit use in Toronto. St. Patrick and Osgoode stations are also part of this multimillion dollar renovation plan by this foundation. These stations are planned to receive their makeover later in the future. The most notable features in the renovated Museum station are the columns, and the large Museum station name on the station walls. These photos of the renovated Museum station were captured on April 9th, 2008.

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