Bloor-Danforth Line

Bloor-Danforth Line Map

Bloor-Danforth Line Overview

Line 2 Bloor-Danforth



Tourist attractions on the Bloor-Danforth Line

  • Our Lady of Sorrows at Royal York.
  • High Park at High Park and Keele.
  • Koreatown at Christie.
  • University of Toronto at Spadina.
  • Bloor Street United Church and Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church at Spadina.
  • The Bata Shoe Museum at St. George.
  • The University of Toronto at St. George.
  • The Royal Conservatory of Music at St. George.
  • The Toronto Reference Library at Bloor-Yonge.
  • The Church of the Holy Name at Pape.



Bloor-Danforth Line Stations

  • Kipling subway station is the western terminus of Line 2 Bloor-Danforth. It is located at walking distance from Kipling Avenue, which gives its name to the station. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Islington station is located, as its name indicates, on Islington Avenue.
  • Royal York station stands on Royal York Road, after which it is named.
  • Old Mill subway station is located in Old Mill neighbourhood, which gives it its name.
  • Jane TTC station is situated at the corner of Bloor Street and Jane Street. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Runnymede station stands on Runnymede Road, after which it is named, in Bloor West Village area.
  • High Park subway station is located very close to the huge municipal park which gives it its name.
  • Keele station is situated, as its name indicates, on Keele Avenue, at the north-eastern corner of High Park.
  • Dundas West TTC station stands on Dundas Avenue West, after which it is named. It is located at walking distance from Bloor Go Station. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Lansdowne station is located, as its name idicates, on Landsowne Avenue.
  • Dufferin subway station stands at the junction of Bloor Street and Dufferin Street. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Ossington station is situated on Ossington Avenue, after which it is named.
  • Christie TTC station is located at the south-eastern corner of Christie Pits Park, on Christie Street.
  • Bathurst station stands on Bathurst Avenue, which gives it its name, close to the intersection with Bloor Street. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Spadina subway station is located on Spadina Road,very close to the intersection with Bloor Street. A connection to Line 1 Yonge-University is available there . Wheelchair accessible.
  • St. George station is situated on St. George Street, next to the corner with Bloor Street. You can also change to Yonge-University line at St. George. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Bay subway station is located at Bay Street, as its name indicates. TTC’s Lost and Found service is operated there.
  • Bloor-Yonge station stands at the intersection of Bloor and Yonge streets, after which it is named. It is the busiest station of the entire TTC network. A connection to the Yonge-University Line is also available there. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Sherbourne station is situated at the junction of Bloor Street and Sherbourne Street.
  • Castle Frank TTC station is located at the intersection of Bloor Street and Castle Frank Road, which gives it its name.
  • Broadview station stands on Broadview Avenue, after which it is named, close to the corner with Bloor Street. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Chester subway station is located, as its name indicates, on Chester Avenue.
  • Pape station is situated on Pape Avenue, very close to Danforth Avenue. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Donlands TTC station stands on Donlands Avenue, which gives it its name.
  • Greenwood station is located on Linnsmore Crescent, at walking distance from Greenwood Avenue.
  • Coxwell subway station is situated on Strathmore Boulevard, close to Coxwell Avenue.
  • Woodbine station is located on Woodbine Avenue, not far away from the junction with Danforth Avenue.
  • Main Street station is located, as its name indicates, on Main Street, close to the intersection with Danforth Avenue. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Victoria Park subway station stands on Victoria Park Avenue, after which it is named. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Warden TTC station is situated at walking distance from Waredn Avenue, which gives it its name.
  • Kennedy station is the eastern terminus of the Bloor-Danforth Line. There is a connection to Line 1 Yonge-University available there. Wheelchair accessible.



The Bloor-Danforth line serves different important transportation sites

  • Kipling Go Station at Kipling.
  • Bloor Go Station at Dundas West.
  • Danforth Go Station at Main Street.


The Bloor-Danforth line is connected to the following subway lines



Bloor-Danforth Line Schedule

Line 2 Bloor-Danforth runs every day of the week including Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

The first subway leaves Kipling station at 5:41 am from Monday to Friday, at 5:48 am on Saturdays and at 8:00 am on Sundays, and Kennedy station at 5:43 am from Monday to Friday, at 5:48 am on Saturdays and at 8:00 am on Sundays.

The last subway leaves Kipling station at 1:31 am from Monday to Sunday, and Kennedy station at 1:31 am from Monday to Sunday.

You can find the full Line 2 Bloor-Danforth schedule on the TTC website.