Scarborough Centre Subway Station

Scarborough Centre Subway Station Toronto | Map, Address, and Location

Scarborough Centre Subway Station holds a unique position in Toronto’s transit landscape. While currently functioning as a central bus terminal, its history and future are intertwined with rapid transit.

Scarborough Centre Subway Station

  • Location: 290 Borough Drive, Toronto, Ontario (near Scarborough Town Centre)
  • Accessibility: Yes, with elevators and accessible entrances.
  • Levels: 2
  • Entrances: 2 (Town Centre Entrance and Brian Harrison Way Entrance)
  • Bus Stops: Relocated to Borough Drive and Bushby Drive (GO Transit, TOK Coachlines, Megabus)
  • Platform: Side platform on Level 3
    • Other Services: Wheel-Trans stop on the platform, shared with TTC route #16 McCowan.
    • 903 Kennedy-Scarborough Centre Express bus service to Line 2 Kennedy Station.

Important Note: This information refers to the temporary on-street location. The original bus terminal at Scarborough Centre Station has been closed and replaced with these temporary stops until a new terminal opens in 2030.

Preceding stationFollowing Station
Midland towards KennedyMcCowan Terminus

Public Transit to Scarborough Town Centre

  • The nearest stops/stations are Mccowan Rd at Progress Ave, Grangeway Ave at Progress Ave, Mccowan Rd at Triton Rd, 100 Consilium Pl, Triton Rd at Mccowan Rd, Scarborough Centre, Scarborough Centre Station, Scarborough Town Center, and Agincourt Go.
  • Bus lines: 129, 302, 395.
  • Train: ST.
  • Use the Moovit app or website to find the best route and schedule for your trip.
  • Moovit app also provides information on bus and train fares.
  • Scarborough Town Centre Address: 300 Borough Drive street in Toronto

Additional information:

  • The message also mentions that over 1.5 million users use Moovit, an all-in-one transit app for finding bus and train times.
  • You can use the app to navigate to other famous places as well.

Bus lines with stations closest to Scarborough Town Centre

Bus stops near McCowan Rd at Progress Ave North Side (2 min walk):

  • Route 920
  • Route 921
  • Route 129A (McCowan North)
  • Route 129B (McCowan North)
  • Route 130A (Middlefield)
  • Route 134 (Progress)

Bus stops near Grangeway Ave at Progress Ave (3 min walk):

  • Route 9 (Bellamy)

Bus stops near McCowan Rd at Triton Rd (3 min walk):

  • Route 92 (Oshawa / Yorkdale)
  • Route 94 (Pickering / Square One)
  • Route 96 (Oshawa / Finch Express)
  • Route 129 (McCowan North)
  • Route 134 (Progress)

Other nearby bus stops:

  • 100 Consilium Pl (4 min walk): Route 129 (McCowan North)
  • Triton Rd at McCowan Rd (6 min walk): Route 134 (Progress)

Additional notes:

  • The information you provided must include travel directions for each bus route.
  • If you’re looking for specific information about a particular bus route, such as arrival times or frequency, you can use resources like the TTC website or app.
  • Weekdays (Monday – Friday): 5:40 AM to 1:45 AM
  • Saturday & Holidays: 5:40 AM to 1:45 AM
  • Sunday: 7:55 AM to 1:45 AM

Parking is not available


  • Available on both eastbound and westbound platforms to access the concourse and Scarborough Town Centre entrance and bus platform.
  • Call the Lift Line Service before you travel to confirm availability: 416-539-LIFT (5438).
  • Check for accessibility alerts online for any elevator outages.


  • The only down escalators available are the West Side Concourse to Scarborough RT platform.
  • East Side Concourse to Scarborough RT platform.
  • West Side Bus Level to Concourse.
  • Up escalators are available at the Centre Bus Level to the Concourse.

Note: This information is specific to Scarborough Centre Station. Accessibility at other stations may vary.

By Route Number:

  • Short: List of route numbers (9, 16, 21, 38, etc.)
  • Detailed: List route numbers with corresponding stop names (e.g., 9 Bellamy, 16 McCowan, etc.)

By Area:

  • Eastbound routes: List of routes serving the eastbound direction (if applicable)
  • Westbound routes: List of routes serving the westbound direction (if applicable)
  • Northbound routes: List of routes serving the northbound direction (if applicable)
  • Southbound routes: List of routes serving the southbound direction (if applicable)

By Other Criteria:

  • Express routes: List of express routes (939 Finch Express, 985 Sheppard East Express)
  • Night bus routes: List of night bus routes (302 Kingston Rd-McCowan Night Bus, 395 York Mills Night Bus)
  • Routes serving specific stops: List of routes serving a particular stop or area (if you provide the stop name or location)
  • Graffiti Alley is a popular spot for street art and photography.
  • Butterfly Wall Art is a beautiful mural that will brighten your day.
  • Scarborough Museum is a great place to learn about the history of Scarborough.
  • Woodrow Bridge is a historic bridge that offers stunning views of the city.
  • Lee Centre Park is a great place to relax and enjoy the outdoors.

Map of Scarborough Centre Subway Station


Does Scarborough have a subway?

Scarborough itself doesn’t have its own separate subway system, but it is serviced by the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway.

How many subway stations are there in Toronto?

The exact number of TTC subway stations in Toronto can vary depending on what’s included (for instance, streetcars). If we consider only underground stations, there are at least 69.

What is the name of the subway in Toronto?

The TTC, or Toronto Transit Commission, is the name of the subway system in Toronto.

Where is TTC in Toronto?

The TTC operates across the Greater Toronto Area, including Toronto itself. So, you’ll find TTC stations throughout the area.