Bathurst Subway Station

Bathurst Subway Station Toronto | Map, Location, and Address

Bathurst Station, situated on Toronto’s bustling Bloor-Danforth line, is more than just a transit hub. Opened in 1966, it has become a vital connection point for commuters, shoppers, and sightseers.

Preceding stationFollowing station
Christie towards KiplingSpadina towards Kennedy
Lennox Street towards Exhibition LoopTerminus
Bathurst Subway Station

Address: 819 Bathurst Street, Toronto, Canada

Accessibility: Fully accessible with elevators and accessible entrances.

Number of Levels: 3

Key Features:

  • 2 Side platforms for Bloor-Danforth Line trains (eastbound and westbound)
  • Elevator connecting all levels (street, concourse, platforms)
  • Escalator connecting street and concourse level
  • Bus and streetcar terminal on concourse level with WT accessible stop
  • TTC Photo ID Centre on the concourse level
  • Two entrances: Bathurst St. and Markham St. (both accessible)

Platform Access:

  • Eastbound platform: Elevator near 2nd car, escalator near 4th car, stairs near 3rd & 4th cars
  • Westbound platform: Elevator near 5th car, escalator near 3rd car, stairs near 3rd & 4th cars

Additional Information:

  • Station equipped with DWA (Direct Wayfinding Announcement) system
  • See the map for bus bay locations

Nearby Landmarks: St. Peter’s Church, Bathurst Street Theatre, Hot Docs Cinema, Lee’s Palace, Central Tech, and Harbord Collegiate.

Public Transportation:

  • Subway: Bloor-Yonge Station (on the Yonge-University line).
  • Buses (when subway closed): 7 Bathurst (northbound), 307 Bathurst (northbound/southbound), 511 Streetcar (southbound), 300A Bloor-Danforth (eastbound/westbound), 300B Bloor-Danforth (eastbound/westbound). These require an on-street transfer at Bathurst and Bloor.

Directions to Bathurst Station (Toronto) with public transportation

  • Bus: Take bus routes seven or 94A to reach Bathurst Station.
  • Train: Take the Union Pearson Express (UP) train and get off at the Toronto Union Station. From there, transfer to the Bloor-Danforth subway line (Line 2) and ride southbound to Bathurst Station.

Bus lines with stations closest to Bathurst Station in Toronto

Closest Stop:

  • 7, 7S, 307: Bathurst Station (1 minute walk)

Other Nearby Stops:

  • 90C: Bloor St West at Bathurst St (3-minute walk)
  • 300A, 300B, 300S: Bathurst St at Bloor St West (3-minute walk)
  • 307S: Bathurst St at Lennox St (6-minute walk)
  • 511: Multiple stops along Bathurst St (consult route map for details)

Night Bus Options:

  • 307: Bathurst Station (2 minute walk)
  • 300A, 300B, 300S: Bathurst St at Bloor St West (3-minute walk)
  • 307S: Bathurst St at Lennox St (6-minute walk)

Bus lines to Bathurst Station in Toronto

  • 7, Greenwin Village Rd at Bathurst St
  • 307, Exhibition Loop
    • 90C, Bathurst Station
    • King-Bathurst Station
  • 3450 Danforth Ave
  • Kennedy Station – Platform A
    • Bathurst St at Bloor St West
  • Bloor St West at Bathurst St
  • 511, Exhibition Loop
  • Saturday & Holidays: 5:55 AM to 2:00 AM
  • Sunday: 8:10 AM to 2:00 AM
  • Monday to Friday: 5:50 AM to 2:00 AM
  • Not available

There is an accessibility alert for elevators at a station’s Bathurst St east side entrance. You can call the Lift Line Service before you travel at 416-539-LIFT (5438) or check the Accessibility Alerts for updates.

Also, escalators are available at the North End, North Side – Centre, and South Side – Centre of the station. These escalators run in one direction only:

  • North End – Up At All Times
  • North Side – Centre – Up At All Times
  • South Side – Centre – Up At All Times


  • Eastbound to Kennedy: Arriving in 2, 8, 12 minutes.
  • Westbound to Kipling: Arriving in 2, 7, 10 minutes.

Surface routes:

  • Bathurst: Multiple routes available (7, 307, 511). View schedules for details.
  • Vaughan: Route 90 is available. View the schedule for more information.
  • Bloor-Danforth Night Bus: Route 300 available. View the schedule for more information.

Note: Switching to buses may require a transfer.

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Map of Bathurst Subway Station Toronto