Toronto Subway Map 2024 | PDF with Streets

Toronto’s dynamic and ever-expanding subway system is a lifeline for residents and tourists alike. Whether you’re a seasoned commuter or a first-time visitor, understanding the subway map is key to unlocking the city’s potential.

In this post, we’ll dive into a breakdown of the Toronto subway map, highlighting key lines, stations, and transfer points to help you easily navigate the city. So, grab your PRESTO card (or some loose change) and explore the vibrant world below Toronto’s streets!

Subway Map Toronto

Here is the Toronto Subway Map:

Here is the link to the PDF of the Toronto Map:

There are four main subway lines:

For more information, contact the TTC at 416-393-4636 (information) or 416-393-3030 (customer service).

The Toronto subway system consists of four lines:

  • Yonge-University Line: This line runs north-south, starting from Vaughan Metropolitan Centre in the north and ending at Finch Station. Key stations include York University, Downsview Park, Spadina, St. George, Union Station (which connects to other transit options), and Bloor-Yonge Station (interchange with the Bloor-Danforth Line).
  • Bloor-Danforth Line: This east-west line stretches from Kipling Station in the west to Kennedy Station in the east. It intersects with the Yonge-University Line at Bloor-Yonge Station. Other notable stations include High Park, Keele, Spadina, St. George, and Pape.
  • Scarborough Line (Closed): This line is currently closed, with bus replacement service available.
  • Sheppard Line: This short line runs east-west along Sheppard Avenue, connecting with the Yonge-University Line at Sheppard-Yonge Station. Stations include Bayview, Bessarion, and Don Mills.pen_spark


What is the future subway line in Toronto?

Toronto’s furthest along future subway line is the Ontario Line. It’s under construction and expected to be complete by 2031 [Ontario Line].

How many subway stations are there in Toronto?

There are currently 70 stations on the Toronto subway system. This number will increase to 85 once the Ontario Line is finished.

Where does the Toronto subway start?

The Toronto subway starts at Union Station in the heart of downtown Toronto.

How far north does the Toronto subway go?

For the furthest north stop, it depends on which line you consider “subway.” If you include the Scarborough Rapid Transit (SRT), which is functionally a subway line, the furthest north stop is Scarborough Centre Station. However, the TTC operates a separate subway line (Line 1 Yonge-University) that reaches its most northern point at Finch Station.