Bay Subway Station Toronto

Bay Subway Station Toronto | Map and Address

Dive into the heart of Toronto with Bay Station, a bustling hub conveniently nestled in the Yorkville district. Opened in 1966, this accessible station serves Line 2 Bloor-Danforth, efficiently whisking you across the city.

Whether seeking the chic boutiques of Yorkville, exploring nearby museums, or simply connecting to other transit lines, Bay Station offers a seamless entry point.

With multiple entrances, elevators, and escalators, navigating the station is a breeze. So, hop on board and discover the possibilities at Bay Station!

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Bay Subway Station Toronto

Location: 1240 Bay Street, Toronto

Accessibility: Yes, with elevators and ramps.

Levels: 3 (Street, Concourse, Platform)

Entrances: 6 (with accessible options)

Concourse: 2 (East and West) with fare gates, elevators, escalators, and stairs.

Platform: The centre platform serves eastbound and westbound Line 2 Bloor-Danforth trains.

Additional Info:

  • The TTC Lost Articles Office is located on the East Concourse Level.
  • No Wheel Trans stop at Bay Station; use Bloor-Yonge or St George.
  • There is no down escalator to the Concourse Level during weekday rush hours.
  • DWA (Designated Waiting Area) is located near the 5th car of eastbound and westbound trains.

Directions to Bay & Bloor (Toronto) with public transportation

Buses: 13A, 13B, 19, 26, 87C, 97C

Trains: BR, LE, RH, UP

Subways: Line 1 (Yonge-University), Line 2 (Bloor-Danforth)

Nearest bus stops:

  • Yonge St at Bloor St East North Side – Bloor Station (1 min walk)
  • Bloor St East at Yonge St (1 min walk)

Nearest subway stations:

  • Bloor Station (Line 1 & 2) – most convenient option
  • St. George Station (Line 1)
  • Bay Station (Line 2) – further walk compared to Bloor Station

Bus lines with stations closest to Bay & Bloor in Toronto

Walking options:

  • 1-minute walk directly west on Bloor St E to Bay St.
  • 1-minute walk south on Bloor St East to Bloor St West, then a 5-minute walk west on Bloor St West to Bay St.

Bus options:

  • Direct route: Take the 19 Bay bus westbound from Bloor St East at Yonge St (Bay Station stop) for 5 minutes.
    • Alternative routes involve transferring buses at Bloor Station: Take the 97C Yonge northbound bus for one stop, then transfer to the 19 Bay bus westbound for 5 minutes.
    • Take any 320 Yonge Night Bus variations southbound for one stop, then transfer to the 19 Bay bus westbound for 5 minutes.
    • Take any 300 Bloor-Danforth Night Bus variations eastbound for one stop, then transfer to the 19 Bay bus westbound for 5 minutes.
  • Weekdays: 5:50 AM to 2:20 AM
  • Saturdays & Holidays: 5:55 AM to 2:00 AM
  • Sundays: 8:05 AM to 2:00 AM

Please note: These approximate times are subject to change without notice. You can find the latest updates on the official TTC website.

  • Parking – Not available


  • Concourse to Line 2 platform
  • Cumberland Terrace entrance to the concourse


  • Platform to Concourse: East End: Up 6:00 AM – 10:00 AM (Mon-Fri), Down all other times
  • Centre: Up always
  • West End: Up always
  • Concourse to Street Level (Bay St. – West Side): Up always

Additional Information:

  • Call the Lift Line Service before travel for elevator status updates: 416-539-LIFT (5438)
  • Check Accessibility Alerts for any known issues

Overall, Bay Station offers good accessibility with elevators connecting key areas and most escalators running in both directions. However, be aware of the limited operating hours for the East End escalator during weekday mornings.

Line 2 Bloor-Danforth:

  • Eastbound: Trains to Kennedy arrive in 0, 2, and 5 minutes.
  • Westbound: Trains to Kipling arrive in 5, 10, and 11 minutes.

Connecting Surface Routes:

  • Avenue Road: Route 13 is available.
  • Bay: Route 19 is available.
  • Yonge: Route 97 available.
  • Night Buses: Bloor-Danforth Night Bus (300) and Yonge Night Bus (320) are also available.

Note: Transfers are required to connect to any of the listed surface routes.

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Map of Bay Subway Station Toronto