Sherbourne Subway Station Toronto

Sherbourne Subway Station Toronto | Map and Address

Plunge into Toronto’s urban heart at Sherbourne Station, a historic stop on the bustling Bloor-Danforth line. Opened in 1966, it delves more profound than any other station on the original route, offering unique insights into the city’s underbelly. Whether you’re exploring the diverse energy of St. James Town, seeking green escapes in Rosedale, or simply connecting to other TTC lines, Sherbourne’s convenient location and accessible design make it an ideal starting point for your Toronto adventure.

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Sherbourne Subway Station Toronto

Location: 633 Sherbourne Street, Toronto

Accessibility: Accessible with three elevators and dedicated Wheel-Trans stops.

Layout: 3 levels:

  • Street Level: Entrances, bus connections, and Wheel-Trans stop.
  • Concourse Level: Ticket gates, escalators, and stairs to platforms.
  • Platform Level: Eastbound and westbound platforms with access to Glen Road and Sherbourne Street.


  • Sherbourne Street: Stairs to concourse level.
  • Glen Road: Stairs and fare gates directly to platform level, with separate access paths from Howard Street, Rosedale, and Bloor Street East.

Platform Access:

  • Eastbound: Elevator near 6th car, escalator/stairs near 3rd car, stairs to Glen Road near 2nd car.
  • Westbound: Elevator near 2nd car, escalator/stairs near 4th car, stairs to Glen Road near 5th car.

Additional Information:

  • DWA (Designated Waiting Area) for passengers with disabilities near the 5th car for eastbound and westbound trains.

In short, Sherbourne Station provides convenient access to Toronto’s Bloor-Danforth subway line with multiple entrances, accessible features, and precise platform access points.

Directions to Sherbourne (Toronto) with public transportation


  • 100A
  • 87C
  • 94
  • 97C


  • KI
  • RH


  • Line 2

Bus lines with stations closest to Sherbourne in Toronto

  • During the day: Take the 75 bus northbound for one stop.
    • At night: You have several options: Take the 300A300B, or 300S Bloor-Danforth Night Bus eastbound for one stop.
    • Take the 75S southbound for two stops.
    • Take the 65 or 94 bus southbound for three stops.
    • Take the 365 Parliament Night Bus southbound for three stops.

Additional notes:

  • The travel time for each bus option depends on traffic and wait times.
  • The 300A, 300B, and 300S buses only operate late at night and early in the morning.
  • Check the TTC website or app for the latest schedules and route information.

The Sherbourne Subway Station in Toronto is generally open:

  • Weekdays: 5:50 AM to 2:00 AM
  • Saturdays and holidays: 5:55 AM to 2:00 AM
  • Sundays: 8:05 AM to 2:00 AM

Note: These are approximate times and subject to change, so it’s always best to check the official TTC website for the latest schedule.

  • Not available


  • Eastbound platform & concourse: Near the 6th car of the train.
  • Westbound platform & concourse: Near 2nd car of train.


  • All operate upward only: Street to concourse (east side of Sherbourne): Upstairs only.
  • Westbound platform to concourse (north side): Upstairs only.
  • Eastbound platform to concourse (south side): Upstairs only.

Accessibility Alerts:

  • Call Lift Line Service (416-539-LIFT) before traveling for elevator or escalator status updates.
  • Check TTC Accessibility Alerts online for current accessibility information.

Important Note: If you require an accessible route and cannot use escalators, please use the elevators or contact TTC for assistance.

Current Time:

  • Eastbound train to Kennedy arrives in 0, 4, and 5 minutes.
  • Westbound train to Kipling arrives in 0, 9, and 11 minutes.

Connecting Options:

  • Bus route 75 runs along Sherbourne Street.
  • Bus route 300 operates as the Bloor-Danforth Night Bus.

Note: Transfer is required to connect to either bus route.

Map of Sherbourne Subway Station Toronto