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"Toronto Subway System" Top 5 Page for this destination Toronto Transportation Tip by coolpanda87

Toronto Transportation: 336 reviews and 346 photos

  Toronto Subway Passing By
by coolpanda87

Toronto has three subway lines, including the Yonge- University - Spadina line (yellow), Bloor-Danforth Line (green) & the new Sheppard Line(purple). There is also a Scarborough RT line (similar to Vancouver Skytrain), indicated with blue.

Since there are no barriers between the platform & tracks, remember to stand behind yellow line. Even better is to stay near the wall, for there is always a crazy person who wants to push someone into the tracks. It has happened before...

Yonge - University Spadina line runs North to South, forming a parabola shaped line...

Stations starting from NE end(runs along Yonge Street): Finch, North York Centre, Sheppard-Yonge, York Mills, Lawrence, Eglinton, Davisville, St. Clair, Summerhill, Rosedale

Stations forming downtown loop: Bloor- Yonge, Wellsley, College, Dundas, Queen, King, Union, St. Andrew, Osgoode, St. Patrick, Queen's Park, Museum, St. George & Spadina

Stations up to NW end: Dupont, St. Clair W, Eglinton W, Glencairn, Lawrence W, Yorkdale, Wilson, Downsview

Bloor-Danforth line runs along Bloor/Danforth Street & goes from West to East.

Stations from W end: Kipling, Islington, Royal York, Old Mill, Jane, Runnymede, High Park, Keele, Dundas W, Lansdowne, Dufferin, Ossington, Christie, Bathurst

Stations through downtown: Spadina, St. George, Bay, Bloor-Yonge, Sherbourne,

Stations heading East: Castle Frank, Broadview, Chester, Pape, Donlands, Greenwood, Coxwell, Woodbine, Main Street, Victoria Park, Warden, Kennedy

Scarborough RT stations: Lawrence E, Ellesmere, Midland, Scarborought Town Centre, McCowan

Yonge-Sheppard Stations: Sheppard-Yonge, Bayview, Bessarion, Leslie, Don Mills

Click here for TTC subway map.

Phone: 416-393-INFO
Type: Subway/Metro

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  • Updated Mar 27, 2004
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