Yonge-University Line

Yonge–University Line Map

Yonge–University Line Overview

Line 1 Yonge-University



Tourist attractions on the Yonge–University Line

  • Downsview Park, famous urban park of Toronto, is located at walking distance from Downsview and Wilson subway stations.
  • Yorkdale Shopping Centre at Yorkdale.
  • The art district of Oakwood–Vaughan is located close to Eglinton West subway station.
  • Casa Loma at Dupont.
  • Spadina House at Dupont.
  • City of Toronto Archives at Dupont.
  • The University of Toronto at Spadina, St. George, Museum and Queen’s Park.
  • Bloor Street United Church and Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church at Spadina.
  • The Bata Shoe Museum at St. George.
  • The Royal Conservatory of Music is located halfway between St. George and Museum stations.
  • The Royal Ontario Museum at Museum.
  • Queen’s Park, an urban park close to the University of Toronto, is located at walking distance from Queen’s Park subway station.
  • Legislative Assembly of Ontario at Queen’s Park.
  • St. Patrick’s Church at St. Patrick’s.
  • The Art Gallery of Ontario at St. Patrick’s.
  • OCAD University and Chinatown are also located close to St. Patrick’s subway station.
  • The Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts at Osgoode.
  • The Toronto City Hall at Osgoode, Queen and Dundas.
  • Nathan Phillips Square at Osgoode.
  • St. Andrew’s Church at St. Andrew.
  • The Toronto Entertainment District, Roy Thomson Hall at St. Andrew.
  • Metro Toronto Convention Centre at St. Andrew, Union.
  • PATH at St. Andrew, King.
  • The Air Canada Centre at Union.
  • Rogers Centre at Union.
  • The CN Tower at Union.
  • The Hockey Hall of Fame at Union.
  • The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts and the Fairmont Royal York at Union.
  • The Financial District, First Canadian Place at St. Andrew, King.
  • Cathedral Church of St. James at King.
  • St. Lawrence Hall and St. Lawrence Market South at King.
  • Toronto Eaton Centre at Queen, Dundas.
  • The Old City Hall at Queen.
  • Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres at Queen.
  • Yonge-Dundas Square at Dundas.
  • St. Michael’s Cathedral at Dundas.
  • Ed Mirvish Theatre, Ryerson University at Dundas.
  • Maple Leaf Gardens at College.
  • The Toronto Reference Library at Bloor-Yonge.
  • The Mount Pleasant Cemetery at Davisville.
  • Ontario Science Centre at Eglinton.
  • The Canadian Forces College at York Mills.
  • North York City Centre, North York Central Library and Toronto Centre for the Arts at North York Centre.



Yonge–University Line Stations

  • Downsview station is located on Sheppard Avenue. It is the northwestern terminus of Line 2 Yonge-University. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Wilson subway station stands, as its name indicates, on Wilson Avenue.
  • Yorkdale station is connected to Yorkdale Shopping Centre.
  • Lawrence West subway station is located on Lawrence Avenue West, which gives it its name. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Glencairn station stands at the corner of William R. Allen Road and Glencairn Avenue.
  • Eglinton West is located, as its name indicates on Eglinton Avenue West, at the junction with Allen Road. Wheelchair accessible.
  • The colourful St. Clair West station stands on St. Clair Avenue West, after which it is named.
  • Dupont subway station is located in the Annex neighbourhood, at the corner of Dupont Street and Spadina Road.
  • Spadina station is situated, as its name indicates on Spedian Road. There is a connection to Line 2 Bloor-Danforth.
  • St. George subway station is located on St. George Street. It is the second busiest station of the whole network. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Museum station is situated at the corner of Avenue Road and Charles Street, close to the Royal Ontario Museum, which gives it its name.
  • Queen’s Park subway station stands at the corner of University Avenue and College Street, very close to Queen’s Park urban park.
  • St. Patrick station is located at the junction of University Avenue and Dundas Street. It takes its name from St. Patrick’s Church, located nearby.
  • Osgoode subway station stands at the intersection of Queen Street and University Avenue. It takes its name from the Osgood Hall, located at walking distance from the station. Wheelchair accessible.
  • St. Andrew station is also situated on University Avenue, at the corner with King Street. St. Andrew’s Church, located close to the station, gives it its name. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Union subway station is located on Front Street, in Downtown Toronto. Wheelchair accessible.
  • King station is situated in the Financial Distrcit, at the junction of Yonge Street and King Street.
  • Queen subway station stands on Queen Street, as its name indicates, at the intersection with Yonge Street. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Dundas station stands at the corner of Yonge Street and Dundas Street, next to Yonge-Dundas Square. Wheelchair accessible.
  • College station is situated at the junction of Carlton Street and Yonge Street.
  • Wellesley subway station stands on Wellesley Street, which gives it its name.
  • Bloor-Yonge station is located, as its name indicates at the corner of Yonge and Bloor streets. A connection to line 2 Bloor-Danforth is available there. It is the busiest station of the whole Toronto subway network. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Rosedale subway station is located at walking distance from Ramsden Park.
  • Summerhill station stands on Shaftesbury Avenue in the neighbourhood of Summerhill.
  • St. Clair subway station is located on St. Clair Avenue, close to Yonge Street. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Davisville station is located at the corner of Yoge Street and Chaplin Crescent, close to Davisville Street. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Eglinton station also stands on Yonge Street, close to Eglinton Avenue. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Lawrence subway station is situated on Yonge Street, not far away from Lawrence Avenue.
  • York Mills station stands at he corner of Yonge Street and York Mills Road. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Sheppard-Yonge station is located at the intersection of Sheppard Avenue and Yonge Street. A connection to line 4 Sheppard is available there. Wheelchair accessible.
  • North York Centre TTC station is located in the district of North York, after which it is named. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Finch station is the north-eastern terminus of the Yonge-University Line. Wheelchair accessible.



The Yonge–University line serves different important transportation sites

  • Yorkdale Bus Terminal at Yorkdale.
  • Union Station at Union.
  • Union Station Bus Terminal at Union.
  • Toronto Coach Terminal at Dundas.
  • Finch Bus Terminal at Finch.


The Yonge–University line is connected to the following subway lines



Yonge–University Line Schedule

Line 1 Yonge-University runs every day of the week including Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

The first subway leaves Downsview station at 6:03 am from Monday to Friday, at 6:00 am on Saturdays and at 8:02 am on Sundays, and Finch station at 5:40 am from Monday to Friday, at 5:45 am on Saturdays and at 7:55 am on Sundays.

The last subway leaves Downsview station at 1:18 am from Monday to Sunday, and Finch station at 1:16 am from Monday to Sunday.

You can find the full Line 1 Yonge-University schedule on the TTC website.