Royal York Subway Station Toronto

Royal York Subway Station Toronto | Parking and Adress

Royal York station, situated along the dynamic Bloor-Danforth line, is a vital gateway to Toronto’s flourishing west end. Whether you’re a seasoned commuter, a curious explorer, or a weekend wanderer, this station unlocks a vibrant tapestry of experiences.

Address: 955 Royal York Road

Accessibility: Yes, accessible entrances, elevators, and Wheel-Trans stops are available.

Number of Levels: 3 (Street, Concourse, Subway Platform)


  • Royal York Road entrance (accessible)
  • Grenview Boulevard entrance

Station Levels:

  • Level 1 – Street: Entrances, fare gates, elevators, stairs, bus platform.
  • Level 2—Concourse: Fare gates, elevators, escalators, stairs, access to the street, bus platform, and subway platform.
  • Level 3 – Subway Platform: Eastbound and westbound platforms, elevators, escalators, and stairs.

Additional Information:

  • DWA (Designated Waiting Area) is located near the 5th car of eastbound and westbound trains.
  • Specific locations of elevators, escalators, and stairs within each level are provided in the detailed description.
Preceding stationNext Station
Islington towards KiplingOld Mill towards Kennedy
Table of Station

Public transit to Royal York Station stop

Nearest stops:

  • Royal York Station
  • Royal York Rd at Bloor St West
  • Bloor St West at Royal York Rd
  • Other nearby stops listed in the complete response

Public transit options:

  • Bus: 300A, 300B
  • Train: LW
  • Subway: 2 (Bloor-Danforth line)

Helpful tools:

  • Moovit app: provides real-time public transit schedules and directions

Additional information:

  • The first bus to this stop arrives at 5:40 AM
  • The last bus to this stop arrives at 4:55 AM
  • Address: 955 Royal York Road, Toronto, ON, Canada

Bus lines with stations closest to Royal York Station in Toronto

  • Bus stop: Royal York Station (955 Royal York Rd, Etobicoke, ON M8X 2E6, Canada)
    • Bus routes: 15, 76, 76A, 76B, 76C
  • Bus stop: Royal York Rd at Bloor St West (Etobicoke, ON M8X 1C3, Canada)
    • Bus routes: 315, 300A, 300B, 300S
  • Bus stop: Royal York Rd at King Georges Rd (Etobicoke, ON M8X, Canada)
    • Bus routes: 48, 73, 73B, 73C, 73D
  • Saturday & Holidays: Open at 5:45 AM, close at 2:10 AM the next day.
  • Sunday: Open at 8:05 AM, close at 2:10 AM the next day.
  • Monday to Friday: Open at 5:40 AM, close at 2:10 AM the next day.
  • Not available.


  • Call the Lift Line Service before your trip for status: 416-539-LIFT (5438).
  • Check online for Accessibility Alerts before heading out.
    • Locations: Royal York Rd east side entrance to the concourse.
    • Concourse to Line 2 eastbound platform.
    • Concourse to Line 2 westbound platform.


  • All escalators run upwards only.
    • Locations: Concourse to Street Level / Bus Platform Level.
    • Greenview – Automatic Entrance – Concourse to Street Level.
    • West End – Westbound Platform to Concourse.
    • East End – Westbound Platform to Grenview Concourse.
    • West End Eastbound Platform to Concourse.
    • East End – Eastbound Platform to Grenview Concourse.
  • Eastbound to Kennedy: Arriving in 1 minute. You can view the schedule by clicking “View schedule.”
  • Westbound to Kipling: It will arrive in 3, 11, and 12 minutes. You can view the schedule by clicking “View schedule.”

There are also several surface routes available, but be aware that transferring to some of them may require an additional connection:

  • Evans (15)
  • Rathburn (48)
  • Royal York (73)
  • Royal York South (76)
  • Bloor-Danforth Night Bus (300)
  • Evans – Brown’s Line Night Bus (315)
  • Old Mimico Railway Station: This historic railway station was built in 1914 and was a stop on the Canadian National Railway line until 1985. It has since been converted into a community center and event space.
  • Our Lady of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church: This beautiful church was built in 1936 and is known for its Gothic Revival architecture.
  • Mimico Creek: This scenic creek is popular for hiking, biking, and fishing.
  • Kingsway Theatre: This historic movie theater, built in 1939, is one of Toronto’s last remaining single-screen theaters.
  • Toronto Public Library – Kingsway Branch: This branch offers various books, programs, and services for all ages.

Map of Royal York Subway Station