keele Subway Station

Keele Subway Station Toronto | Map, Location and Parking

Delve into the history and pulse of Keele Station, a vital transit hub on Toronto’s Bloor-Danforth line. Opened in 1966, it once served as the city’s westernmost subway outpost, offering a glimpse into burgeoning neighborhoods.

keele Subway Station

Address: 21 Keele Street (accessible via Wheel-Trans on the north side of the Bus Platform)

Accessibility: Yes, with elevators and accessible entrances.

Levels: 2

Entrances: 2

  • Keele Street Entrance: East side of Keele Street, 63m north of Bloor Street West. Elevator access to the platform.
    • Indian Grove Entrance: A fair gate and stairs are directly to the platform. It is accessible via two routes: Indian Grove: The east side of Indian Grove, 79m north of Bloor Street West, then east and south.
    • Indian Road: West side of Indian Road, 54m north of Bloor Street West, then west through the parking lot.

Platforms: 2 (eastbound and westbound)

Other features:

  • Bus platform with Wheel Trans stop.
  • Collector and fare gates on street level.
  • Escalators and stairs to the platform.
  • Designated Accessible Waiting Areas (DWAs) on the platform.
Preceding stationFollowing station
High Park towards KiplingDundas West towards Kennedy
Table of Stations

Public Transit to Keele Subway Station in Toronto

  • Nearest stops/stations: Keele Station, Keele St at Bloor St West, Bloor St West at Keele St, Dundas West Station, Edna Ave at Dundas St West, Keele
  • Public transit options: Bus (300A, 300B, 341), Train (UP), Subway (Line 2), Streetcar (304, 306)
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  • Keele Subway Station Address: 1733 Bloor St W, Toronto

Bus lines with stations closest to Keele Subway Station in Toronto

 The closest bus stop is Keele Station (2-3 min walk)

Routes serving Keele Station:

  • Daytime: 41, 41S, 80, 89, 189, 341, 941 (Express)
  • Nighttime: 300A, 300B, 300S (Bloor-Danforth), 341 (Keele)


  • 41, 41S, 89, 189, 341, 989 (Express): Keele Street
  • 80: Queensway
  • 300A, 300B, 300S: Bloor-Danforth route (various stops)

Additional notes:

  • The numbers listed after the route number indicate the direction the bus is traveling.
  • Express buses make fewer stops than regular buses.
  • Night bus routes operate overnight when regular service is not available.
  • Weekday (Monday to Friday): Opens at 5:40 AM and closes at 2:10 AM.
  • Saturday and Holidays: Opens at 5:50 AM and closes at 2:10 AM.
  • Sunday: It opens later at 8:10 AM but closes at 2:10 AM.
  • Location: 400 Indian Road, Toronto (near Bloor St. W. and Keele St.)
  • Number of spaces: 187
  • Hours: 5:00 am to 2:00 am daily (no overnight parking)
    • Cost:Weekdays: $5
    • Weekends & Holidays: Free
  • Payment: Coin, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Green P Mobile Pay
  • Entrance: West side of Indian Rd., just north of Bloor St. W.


  • You are advised to call the Lift Line Service before travel at 416-539-LIFT (5438).
  • Check the Accessibility Alerts for updates on elevator status.


  • Both escalators at the Keele St entrance are currently up and running.
  • Eastbound to Kennedy: The subway will arrive in 3 or 9 minutes. The full schedule is here.
  • Westbound to Kipling: The subway will arrive in 1, 5, or 8 minutes. The full schedule is here.

Plaque – The Junction BIA at 1052 Keele St, Toronto, ON M6P 1Y9, Canada. It has a rating of 4 on Google Maps.

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