Toronto Subway Map and Guide

At the heart of public transit in Toronto is the Toronto Subway and rapid transit system, consisting of 3 subway lines and one elevated rapid transit line. There are a total of 69 stations along 68 kilometres of track.

Toronto Subway Map

Toronto Subway Map
Click map to view fullscreen version - Scroll down page to see our interactive Toronto Subway Map

By looking at the Toronto Subway map above, you will see that the Yonge-University-Spadina line and be described in simple terms as a 'V' shape with Union Station located at the bottom of the 'V'. The western leg extends north to Downsview Station and the eastern leg extends north to Finch Station. The Bloor-Danforth Line runs predominately west to east between Kippling Station in the West and Kennedy Station in the East. This line crosses both of the north-south legs of the Yonge-University-Spadina line and has connections to it at Spadina, St. George and Bloor-Yonge stations. The Sheppard Line runs east from Sheppard/Yonge Station on the Yonge-University-Spadina line to Don Mills Station. The Scarborough RT is an above grade and elevated rapid transit line that runs east from Kennedy Station at the eastern end of the Bloor-Danforth Line to Scarborough Town Centre and also McCowan.

There are currently 29 Toronto Subway stations including all 5 stations on the Sheppard Line that are wheelchair and scooter accessible. These stations all have elevators to provide access to the stations. About 50% of the trains (identified with the blue wheelchair symbol) provide special positions to accommodate wheelchairs, however all trains can be boarded by wheelchairs.

Toronto Subway Trains run every 2-3 minutes during rush hour and every 5-6 minutes the rest of the time on the Yonge-University-Spadina Line and on the Bloor-Danforth Line. Service on the Sheppard Line adn on the Scarborough RT is between 4 - 6 minutes throughout the day. The system operates between about 6 am and 1:30 am from Monday thru Saturday and from about 9 am until 1:30 am on Sundays. Transfers valid for trips in one direction are available free from transfer terminals at the subway stations for continuation of your trip on a TTC bus or streetcar.

For more information, maps and schedules for the TTC Subway and Rapid Transit System you can visit the official site link below.

Official Website:

Interactive Subway and Attractions Map

Click the info links on any attraction for more more information and real-time transit directions.

Inside Museum Subway Station
Inside Museum Subway Station
The interior of a Toronto Subway Car
The interior of a Toronto Subway Car cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by sillygwailo

Video introduction to the new TTC Rocket subway trains on the Yonge-University line

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