St George Subway Station Toronto

St George Subway Station Toronto | Adress and Map

St. George Subway Station, situated in the heart of Toronto, Ontario, serves as a vital public transportation hub, seamlessly connecting passengers to various destinations across the city.

This underground station, marked by a 2.8-star rating on Google Maps, provides a convenient and efficient mode of travel for locals and tourists alike. Whether commuting to work, exploring the city’s vibrant neighborhoods, or simply seeking a quick and affordable way to navigate Toronto’s bustling streets, St. George Subway Station is an excellent choice.

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St George Subway Station

Address: 139 St George Street, Toronto, Ontario

Accessibility: Yes, with elevators and accessible entrances.


  • Line 1 Yonge-University (Northbound & Southbound)
  • Line 2 Bloor-Danforth (Eastbound & Westbound)


  • Bedford Road Entrance (open all hours)
  • OISE Entrance (closed evenings & weekends)
  • Saint George Street Entrance (open all hours)


  • Level 1: Street level with entrances, bus platform, and elevator/stair access to other levels.
  • Level 2: Concourse level with fare gates, elevators, escalators, and platform access.
  • Level 3: Line 1 Yonge-University platform with elevators, escalators, and stairs to other levels.
  • Level 4: Line 2 Bloor-Danforth platform with elevator, escalator, and stair access to Line 1 and Concourse levels.

Additional Information:

  • Wheel Trans stop available on Bus Platform.
  • Escalator access to the Line 1 platform is limited during weekdays (6 am-10 am).
  • Designated waiting areas (DWAs) are located near specific train cars.

Overall, St. George Station is a central interchange station with accessible features and convenient connections to various destinations across Toronto.

Directions to St. George Station (Toronto)

St. George Station in Toronto can be reached by several public transportation options:

  • Buses: 13A, 13B, 26, and 87C.
  • Trains: BR and LE lines.
  • Subway: Lines 1 and 2.

Bus lines with stations closest to St. George Station in Toronto

Starting Point: St. George Station

Walking: You can walk directly from the station to your destination in 8 minutes (according to Google Maps).

Bus Options:

  • Direct Option: Bus 26 takes you straight to Bloor St West at Bedford Rd (2 min walk from your destination). Travel time is not specified.
  • Night Bus Options (likely not relevant during the day): 300A, 300B, and 300S also reach Bloor St West at Bedford Rd.
    • Avenue Rd Options: Bus 13A or 13B: Reach Avenue Rd directly, but require a 6-minute walk to your destination.
    • Bus 13: Reaches Avenue Rd slightly further north, requiring a 5-minute walk to your destination.

St. George Station operates on slightly different schedules for the two subway lines it serves:

Line 1 Yonge-University:

  • Weekdays: Runs from 5:50 AM to 2:00 AM.
  • Weekends & Holidays: Runs from 5:55 AM to 2:00 AM.

Line 2 Bloor-Danforth:

  • Weekdays: Runs from 5:50 AM to 1:55 AM.
  • Weekends & Holidays: Runs from 5:55 AM to 1:50 AM.
  • Not available.


  • Available for all levels (bus platform, concourse, platforms) near the 6th car of both Line 1 and Line 2 trains.
  • Additional elevator for Bedford Rd entrance in the unpaid area.
  • For platform-to-platform access, use the elevator near the 3rd car of the Line 2 train.


  • Up escalators: East end platform to concourse (available at all times)
  • West end platform to street level (available at all times)
  • West end lower platform to upper platform (available at all times)
  • Down escalator: East end platform to concourse (available 6 am-10am & down until closing, Saturdays, Sundays & holidays)

Additional Resources:

  • Lift Line Service: 416-539-LIFT (5438)
  • Accessibility Alerts: Check the TTC website


  • Line 1 Northbound: The next train to Vaughan Metropolitan Centre arrives in 0 minutes (on time).
  • Line 1 Southbound: Next trains to Finch via Union arrive in 2, 10, and 16 minutes.
  • Line 2 Eastbound: Next trains to Kennedy arrive in 1, 4, and 9 minutes.
  • Line 2 Westbound: Next trains to Kipling arrive in 8, 10, and 11 minutes.

Surface Routes:

  • 13 Avenue Road: Schedule available.
  • 26 Dupont: Schedule available.
  • 300 Bloor-Danforth Night Bus: Schedule available.

Note: Transferring to connecting buses may be required depending on your destination.

Additional Information:

  • 2.8-star rating on Google Maps.
  • Located in the heart of Toronto, Ontario.
  • Connects passengers to various destinations across the city.
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St. George subway station parking

While the St. George Station itself on the TTC subway line doesn’t have public parking available, there are options nearby! The University of Toronto’s St. George campus offers visitor and commercial parking with charges depending on the time of day and day of the week.

There are evening rates from Monday to Friday, weekend flat fee, and potentially hourly rates as well. You’ll want to check the University of Toronto Transportation Services website for the most up-to-date parking price and information on available spaces: [University of Toronto Transportation Services Parking Information]. They have lots located at 55 St. George Street and 60 St. George Street.

union station to St George station

It should take about 11 minutes to get from Union Station to St. George Station by TTC. You can check the directions on Google Maps.

st george station to Kennedy station

It should take about 30 minutes to get from St. George Station to Kennedy Station by TTC. You can check the directions on Google Maps.

is st george station open today?

Yes, St. George station is open today, Sunday, June 2nd, 2скольку (since) it’s a subway station in Toronto and those typically operate every day.

However, there is currently planned track work on Line 1 Yonge-University between St Clair and Sheppard-Yonge stations. This means there will be no subway service on that section of the line, but shuttle buses will be running instead. You can check the TTC website for more information on the shuttle buses.

Map of St George Subway Station