Toronto Subway System: Maps & Guide

Your complete guide to using the Toronto Subway for getting around and exploring the city

TTC Train at Don Mills Station
TTC Train at Don Mills Station cc licensed photo by Tim Adams

The Toronto Subway and RT (Rapid Transit) system, consisting of 4 subway lines and one elevated rapid transit line forms the heart of Toronto's public transit system. The TTC subway and RT system consists of 69 stations located along 68 kilometres of track. On average the system carries over 1 million passengers daily on weekdays. Trains are referred to as the TTC Rocket or simply the Rocket. Most of the popular attractions in Toronto are just a short walk from a subway station. For those a little further away you can transfer to a TTC Streetcar or Bus to complete your trip.

Toronto Subway Routes

Looking at a Toronto Subway map, you will see the Yonge-University-Spadina line forms a long 'U' shape with Union Station located at the base. The western leg extends north to Downsview Station and the eastern 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 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 continues north and east from Kennedy Station at the eastern end of the Bloor-Danforth Line to Scarborough Town Centre and McCowan Station.

Toronto Subway times and frequencies

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

Accessibility

Currently, 34 Toronto Subway stations, including all 5 stations on the Sheppard Line are wheelchair and scooter accessible. Elevators provide access at accessible stations. About 50% of trains (identified with a blue wheelchair symbol) have special wheelchair positions, however, any train may be boarded by someone in a wheelchair or scooter. The official TTC site has a complete list of the accessible TTC subway stations and they are indicated by wheelchair symbols on the Toronto Subway system diagram below.

Toronto Subway Fares

For information on how and where to purchase a Toronto Subway Fare please refer to our page on transit fares.

If you would like more information, maps and schedules for the TTC Subway and Rapid Transit System please visit the official TTC website.

TTC Subway Map - Toronto

This map combines the best of both worlds — a schematic Diagram of the Toronto Subway System with clickable stations that load a scale street map of the surrounding area. Zoom in and out to see more or less detail. Switch to an aerial view.

Clickable Toronto Subway Map: Zoom and drag as needed; Click or tap any station to see surrounding area and streets

On small screens, zoom in when tapping stations.

Toronto Subway Map
Downsview Station Map Wilson Station Map Yorkdale Station Map Lawrence West Station Map Glencairn Station Map Eglinton West Station Map St. Clair West Station Map Dupont Station Map Spadina Station Map St. George Station Map Museum Station Map Queens Park Station Map St. Patrick Station Map Osgoode Station Map St. Andrew Station Map Union Station Map King Station Map Queen Station Map Dundas Station Map College Station Map Wellesley Station Map Bloor-Yonge Station Map Rosedale Station Map Summerhill Station Map St. Clair Station Map Davisville Station Map Eglington Station Map Lawrence Station Map York Mills Station Map Sheppard-Yonge Station Map North York Centre Station Map Finch Station Map Bayview Station Map Bessarion Station Map Leslie Station Map Don Mills Station Map Kipling Station Map Islington Staiton Map Royal York Station Map Old Mill Station Map Jane Station Map Runnymede Station Map High Park Station Map Keele Station Map Dundas West Station Map Lansdowne Station Map Dufferin Station Map Ossington Station Map Christie Station Map Bathurst Station Map Bay Station Map Sherbourne Station Map Castle Frank Station Map Broadview Station Map Chester Station Map Pape Station Map Donlands Station Map Greenwood Station Map Coxwell Station Map Woodbine Station Map Main Street Station Map Victoria Park Station Map Warden Station Map Kennedy Station Map Lawrence East Station Map Ellesmere Station Map Midland Station Map Scarborough Centre Station Map McGowan Station Map

View Full Screen or download a printable Toronto Subway Map | cc licensed Toronto Subway Map by Craftwerker

Interactive Toronto Subway Map with streets and attractions

Open the following Toronto Toronto Subway Map overlaid on Google Maps to visualize the Toronto Subway lines in relation to the overall city and attractions.


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