Dundas West Subway Station

Dundas West Subway Station Toronto | Map, Location, Address and Parking

Dundas West Station, a bustling transit hub in Toronto’s Junction neighborhood, is a crucial link on the Bloor-Danforth subway line. Opened in 1966, the station boasts convenient connections to numerous streetcar routes and GO Transit lines, making it a popular choice for commuters across the city or beyond.

Location: 2365 Dundas Street West, Toronto

Accessibility: Yes, with elevators and accessible entrances.

Levels: 3 (Street, Concourse, Subway Platform)


  • Bloor-Danforth subway line (eastbound and westbound)
  • Bus routes (including #40 Junction and #505 Dundas streetcar)
  • GO Transit lines (Bloor GO station nearby)

Key features:

  • Two elevators provide access to all levels.
  • Separated platform for #505 Dundas streetcar.
  • Wheel Trans stop available.
  • Escalators and stairs for additional access.

Platform access:

  • Eastbound: Elevator near 6th car, escalator/stairs at the west end.
  • Westbound: Elevator near 1st car (change at Concourse for street level), escalator/stairs at the west end.

Additional notes:

  • Check the TTC website or call the Lift Line Service for specific elevator status.
  • DWA (Designated Waiting Area) is available for passengers requiring assistance.
Preceding stationFollowing station
Keele towards KiplingLansdowne towards Kennedy
TerminusRoncesvalles Avenue towards Distillery Loop

Public Transit to Dundas West Station in Toronto

  • Nearby stops and stations: The nearest stops are Dundas West, Dundas West Station, Edna Ave at Dundas St West, and Bloor St West at Dundas St West.
  • Public transportation options: The station is accessible by bus (300A, 300B, 312), train (UP), subway (Line 2), or streetcar (304, 306).
  • Live directions and schedules: Moovit provides real-time directions and schedules to help you find the fastest route anytime.
  • Alternative routes: If you’re looking for a quicker option, Moovit can suggest alternative routes.
  • Accessibility: The app also includes information on accessibility options at the station.
  • Additional features: Moovit provides information on fares, popular places near the station, and more.

Bus lines with stations closest to Dundas West Station in Toronto

Nearby bus routes from Dundas West Station:

  • Local: 40, 40A, 40B, 168, 402
  • Express: None listed
  • Night: 312

Nearby bus routes from Bloor St West at Dundas St West:

  • Local: 505
  • Express: None listed
  • Night: 300A, 300B, 300S

Walking distances:

  • Dundas West Station to any bus stop: 1 minute
  • Bloor St West at Dundas St West to the bus stop: 2 minutes
  • Weekdays: 5:45 AM to 2:05 AM
  • Saturday & Holidays: 5:55 AM to 2:05 AM
  • Sunday: 8:10 AM to 2:05 AM
  • Not available.


  • There are currently accessibility issues with elevators at Dundas West Station.
  • You should call the Lift Line Service at 416-539-LIFT (5438) before your trip to confirm elevator availability and avoid potential delays.
  • You can also check for live updates on elevator status through the Accessibility Alerts.


  • All escalators are currently operational.
  • North Side – West End – Westbound Platform to Concourse: Up
  • South Side – West End – Eastbound Platform to Concourse: Up
  • Concourse to Bus & Streetcar Platform: Up


  • You have two options: Eastbound to Kennedy: Trains arriving in 0, 5, and 11 minutes.
  • Westbound to Kipling: Trains arrive in 1, 7, and 9 minutes.

Connecting Buses:

  • Several bus routes connect from Dundas West Station:40 Junction-Dundas West
  • 168 Symington
  • 300 Bloor-Danforth Night Bus
  • 304 King
  • 306 Carlton
  • 312 St Clair-Junction Night Bus
  • 504 King
  • 505 Dundas
  • 506 Carlton
  • Historical Plaque – Dundas Street Crossing and Lambton Mills at 4075 Old Dundas St, York. It has a 4-star rating on Google Maps.
  • Toronto Historical Plaque: Draper Street at Draper St, Toronto. It has a 3-star rating on Google Maps.
  • Historical Plaque – Sir William Campbell at University Ave At, Queen St W, Toronto. It has a 4-star rating on Google Maps.
  • Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada: National Farm Radio Forum at 250 Front St W, Toronto. It has a 5-star rating on Google Maps.
  • Toronto Sign at 100 Queen St W, Toronto. It has a 4.7-star rating on Google Maps.

Map of Dundas West Subway Station