Woodbine Subway Station Toronto

Woodbine Subway Station Toronto | Adress and Map

Woodbine Station, nestled in Toronto’s east end, holds a unique chapter in the city’s subway history. Inaugurated in 1966, it served as the initial eastern terminus of the bustling Bloor-Danforth line for a brief two years. Though overshadowed by its later role as a regular station, Woodbine whispers tales of its past with remnants of a former streetcar platform and its side platforms, a nod to its temporary reign.

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Woodbine Subway Station

  • Address: 991 Woodbine Avenue
  • Accessibility: Accessible with elevators, escalators, and Wheel-Trans stop.
  • There are two entrances: one on the east side of Woodbine near Danforth and one on the west side near Strathmore.
  • Station Levels: 3 (Street, Concourse, Subway Platform)
  • Bus Platform: Located on Street Level with two bays and a Wheel-Trans stop shared with bus #92.
  • Subway Platform: Side platforms with access to Concourse Level via stairs, escalators, and elevators.
  • Eastbound Platform: Elevator near 3rd car, escalator near 1st car, stairs near 3rd and 6th cars.
  • Westbound Platform:¬†There is an elevator near the 5th car (change for Street at Concourse), an escalator near the 4th car, and stairs near the 6th and 1st cars.

Additional Information:

  • DWA (Disabled Waiting Area) is located near the 5th car on both platforms.
  • Wi-Fi service is available.

Overall, Woodbine Station is fully accessible with two entrances, a bus platform, and side platforms for Bloor-Danforth line trains.

Public transit to Woodbine Station stops in Toronto.

  • Woodbine Station is a subway station on Line 2 Bloor-Danforth in Toronto, Canada.
  • You can download the Moovit app to find directions and schedules for getting there by bus, subway, train, or streetcar.
  • The nearest stops include Danforth Ave at Woodbine Ave, Woodbine Ave at Milverton Blvd, and Woodbine Ave at Merrill Ave.
  • Public transit lines serving the station include bus routes 300A and 300B, train line LE, and subway line 2.
  • The first bus arrived at 7:52 AM, and the last left at 1:33 AM.
  • The station is at 671 Strathmore Boulevard, Toronto, ON, Canada.

Bus lines with stations closest to Woodbine Station in Toronto

From Danforth Ave at Woodbine Ave:

  • 2-minute walk to:300A, 300B, 300S: Bloor-Danforth Night Bus (all run the same route)
  • 5-minute walk to:91C, 91D: Woodbine route
  • 93: Parkview Hills route
  • 6-minute walk to:91: Woodbine route
  • 92: Woodbine South route
  • Weekdays: 5:40 AM to 2:10 AM
  • Saturdays and holidays: 5:45 AM to 2:10 AM
  • Sundays: 8:10 AM to 2:10 AM
  • Not available.


  • Two elevators are available: One connects the east side entrance, concourse, and eastbound platform.
  • Another connects the concourse and the westbound platform.


  • Three escalators are available: South side, concourse to street level, and always run upwards.
  • Southside, an eastbound platform to the concourse, Always runs upwards.
  • Northside, a westbound platform to the concourse, runs downwards from 6 am to 10 am and upwards at all other times.


  • For information about elevator status, call the Lift Line Service at 416-539-LIFT (5438).
  • Check the Accessibility Alerts for updates on any accessibility issues.

Additional Notes:

  • This information is specific to Woodbine Station. Accessibility options may vary at other stations.
  • Always call the Lift Line Service before traveling if you require elevator access.


  • Eastbound to Kennedy: Next trains arrive in 1, 4, and 6 minutes. View the full schedule.
  • Westbound to Kipling: Next trains arrive in 0, 3, and 5 minutes. View the full schedule.

Connecting buses:

  • 91 Woodbine: View schedule.
  • 92 Woodbine South: View schedule.
  • 93 Parkview Hills: View schedule.
  • 300 Bloor-Danforth Night Bus: View schedule.

Note: Transfer is required to connect to these buses.

  • Woodbine Park Fountain is a popular spot for locals and visitors alike. It is located in Woodbine Park, a short walk from the subway station.
  • Paul Estrela Lane is a small park located near the intersection of Danforth Avenue and Woodbine Avenue. The park is named after Paul Estrela, a Portuguese-Canadian community leader.
  • Alexander the Great is a giant bronze statue of Alexander the Great located on the grounds of the Canadian National Exhibition. The statue is a popular tourist destination.
  • The Statue of Dr. Sun Yat-sen is a bronze statue of Sun Yat-sen, the founding father of the Republic of China. The statue is located in Broadview Park, near the intersection of Broadview Avenue and Gerrard Street East.
  • Castle Frank Memorial is a war memorial on the grounds of the Canadian National Exhibition. It commemorates the soldiers who died defending Canada during the War of 1812.

Map of Woodbine Subway Station Toronto