Kennedy is both a terminal and interchange station on Line 2 Bloor–Danforth and Line 3 Scarborough of the Toronto subway system. Opened in 1980, it is located east of the Kennedy Road and Eglinton Avenue intersection. With the adjacent Kennedy GO station on the Stouffville line of GO Transit, Kennedy is an intermodal transit hub and the fifth busiest station in the system, after St. George, Bloor-Yonge, Sheppard-Yonge, and Union, serving a total of approximately 107,330 customer trips a day.
The station's main complex consists of four floors with wheelchair accessible entrances. The ground level is the bus terminal surrounded with ten platforms that serve eleven Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) bus routes. Wi-Fi service is available at this station.
The station is to be overhauled and expanded over the next decade as Line 3 will be decommissioned once the extension of Line 2 to Scarborough City Centre has been completed. The future light rail line, Line 5 Eglinton, will terminate at the station when its first phase opens in 2020.The city's proposed commuter rail line is also planned to connect at Kennedy.
BYOP. Cache only contains a log, but the "container" may be able to fit small items. Stealth is required as it's a high traffic area, hence the D3, otherwise it could be a park & grab.
FTF on April 9: Catapocalypse and Bouffe.