Christie Subway Station Toronto

Christie Subway Station Toronto | Map, Address and Location

Christie Station is on the Bloor-Danforth line of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway system. It is located at the intersection of Christie Street and Bloor Street West, in the city’s west end. The station opened in 1966 as part of the original segment of the Bloor-Danforth line.

Christie Subway Station Toronto

Location: 5 Christie Street, accessible only by stairs.

Levels: 3

  • Level 1 (Street/Collector): Entrance, fare gates, connection to street and buses.
  • Level 2 (Concourse): Connection to Level 1 and subway platforms.
  • Level 3 (Subway Platforms): Eastbound and westbound platforms with stairs and escalators.

Platform Access:

  • Eastbound: Escalator near car 4, stairs near car 2, DWA (Designated Waiting Area) near car 5.
  • Westbound: Escalator near car 3, stairs near car 5, DWA near car 5.

Key Points:

  • No elevators are available.
  • The station entrance is on the east side of Christie Street, north of Bloor Street West.
  • Connects to various bus routes on Christie Street.
Preceding stationFollowing station
Ossington towards KiplingBathurst towards Kennedy
Station Table

Public transit to Christie Station in Toronto

Public transportation options:

  • Bus: 300A, 300B
  • Train: UP
  • Subway: 2

Nearest stops:

  • Bloor St West at Christie St
  • Bathurst Station
  • Bathurst
  • Christie St at Essex St South Side
  • Harbord St at Grace St
  • College St at Crawford St

App recommendation: Use the Moovit app for directions and real-time transit information.

Station details:

  • Station name: Christie
  • Entrances: Bloor St W & Christie St
  • Operating hours: 8:15 AM – 1:58 AM
  • Serves GO Transit lines

Bus lines with stations closest to Christie in Toronto

Night buses:

  • 300A, 300B, 300S: Bloor-Danforth Night Bus. The closest stop is Bloor St West at Christie St.

Daytime buses:

  • 126: Christie. Stop: Christie St at Essex St South Side.
  • 94A, 94: Wellesley. Stop at Harbord St at Grace St (a 7-minute walk from Christie St at Essex St South Side).
  • Weekdays (Monday to Friday): Operating hours are from 5:50 AM to 2:00 AM.
  • Saturday and Holidays: Operating hours are from 5:55 AM to 2:00 AM.
  • Sunday: Operating hours are from 8:15 AM to 2:00 AM.
  • Not available.

Westbound Platform:

  • There is one escalator on the north side, on the west end, which goes up to the concourse and is always operating.
  • There is one escalator on the south side, on the west end, which goes up to the concourse and is always operating.


  • One escalator is going up to the street and operating at all times.

Additional Notes:

  • This information pertains specifically to escalators, not stairs.
  • Remember that there may be alternative options like elevators for accessibility purposes.
  • Eastbound to Kennedy: Trains arrive in 5, 9, and 13 minutes. See the schedule for details.
  • Westbound to Kipling: Trains arrive in 3, 7, and 10 minutes. See the schedule for more information.

Surface Routes:

  • 126 Christie: You can view the schedule for this bus route.
  • 300 Bloor-Danforth Night Bus: This bus is also an option, but be aware it runs later at night. See the schedule for details.

Transfers: Remember that transfers are required when switching to connecting buses.

Additional Information:

  • This information is based on the current time and may change throughout the day.
  • Please visit the TTC website or app for live updates and detailed schedules.
  • Fort York National Historic Site: This early 19th-century military fortification was built to defend the entrance of Toronto Harbour. Today, it’s a popular spot to learn about Toronto’s history and explore the reconstructed buildings and grounds.
  • Christie Pits Park: This large park is great for relaxing, playing sports, or enjoying a picnic. It features baseball diamonds, a multi-sport field, basketball and volleyball courts, an artificial ice rink, a children’s playground, and a wading pool.
  • Soldiers’ Tower: This Gothic Revival–style tower is a war memorial located on the campus of the University of Toronto. It’s a beautiful and serene spot to reflect on the sacrifices of those who have served in the military.
  • Princes’ Gates: This pair of triumphal arches was built in 1927 as the main entrance to the Canadian National Exhibition. They’re a grand and impressive sight, especially when lit up at night.

Map of Christie Subway Station Toronto