Yonge and Sheppard Subway Station

Yonge and Sheppard Subway Station Toronto | Map and Address

the Yonge Sheppard Centre entrance to Sheppard-Yonge subway Station will be automatic, requiring only PRESTO cards or tickets (purchasable at fare machines). For other payment methods (tickets, tokens, cash), use the entrance on the south side of Sheppard Avenue East (Hullmark Centre).

Simple and concise

  • Barrier-free access & bike parking.
  • Dedicated waiting spaces & PRESTO machines.
  • Public restrooms are available.

More concise

  • Additional transit: Go Transit, VIVA, YRT
  • Connect further: Go Transit, VIVA, YRT
  • Ride on: Go Transit, VIVA, YRT

Sheppard West Station is a major interchange station in Toronto, serving Line 1 Yonge-University and Line 4 Sheppard. It has four levels: Street Level, Concourse Level, and Platform Level.

Key features:

  • 9 Entrances: Several entrances provide access from Yonge Street, Sheppard Avenue, and nearby streets.
  • 4 Levels: Street, Concourses (3), and Platforms (2).
  • 2 Lines: Line 1 Yonge-University (northbound and southbound) and Line 4 Sheppard (eastbound only).
  • Bus Platform: Connects to several bus routes, including 97 Yonge.
  • Accessible: All levels and platforms are accessible by elevators and escalators.
  • Fare Gates: Located on Concourse Levels before entering platform areas.
  • Additional Information: Washrooms, WheelTrans stop, DWA (Designated Waiting Area).

Platform Details:

  • Line 1 Yonge-University: Provides access to both north and southbound trains.
  • Line 4 Sheppard: Only eastbound trains operate, with no westbound service.


Several entrances offer convenient access from different directions. Refer to the detailed list in the original text for specific locations and accessibility information.

This summary provides a concise overview of Sheppard West Station’s layout and services. Please let me know if you have further questions about specific aspects of the station.


  • 20 Sheppard Avenue West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Coordinates: 43°45′41″N 79°24′39″W

Lines and Platforms:

  • Line 1 (Yonge-University): Centre platform
  • Line 4 (Sheppard): Side platforms (plus an unused center platform)
  • Total of 4 tracks (2 on each level)


  • TTC buses
  • GO Buses (on-street)


  • Fully accessible

Other Information:

  • Opened: Line 1: March 29, 1974
  • Line 4: November 24, 2002
  • Previously named Sheppard station (1974-2002)
    • 2019 ridership: Line 1: 81,902
    • Line 4: 52,174
    • Total: 134,076 (4th busiest of 75 TTC stations)
    • Line 4: N/A (terminus)
    • Line 4: Bayview
Preceding stationsFollowing stations
Line 1: York MillsLine 1: North York Centre

Additional Notes:

  • Underground station with two platform levels.
  • Architect: Stevens Group Architects (Line 4)
  • Official website available.

Public transit to Sheppard-Yonge Station

Public transportation options:

  • Bus: 320, 384, 97A
  • Subway: Lines 1 (Yonge-University) and 4 (Sheppard)

App recommendation: Moovit app for live schedules and step-by-step directions.

Nearest stops:

  • Sheppard-Yonge Station
  • Yonge St At Sheppard Ave
  • Sheppard Ave West at Beecroft Rd West Side
  • Sheppard Ave West at Yonge St
  • Yonge St. @ Poyntz Ave.
  • Bayview
  • Sheppard – Yonge

Operating hours: The bus arrives at 8:15 AM, and the last departs at 1:15 AM.

Additional information:

  • Over 1.5 million users in Toronto use the Moovit app.
  • The app can navigate popular places like airports, hospitals, and universities.

Bus lines with stations closest to Sheppard-Yonge Station

Heading West:

  • Express: 984 Sheppard West Express (1 min walk)
  • Local: 84, 84A, 84C, 84D (all Sheppard West)

Heading East:

  • Local: 85, 85A, 85B (all Sheppard East)
  • Express: 98 Willowdale – Senlac (1 min walk)

Other nearby options:

  • 19: Mississauga / North York (Yonge St & Sheppard Ave)
  • 27: Milton / North York (Yonge St & Sheppard Ave)
  • 32: Brampton Trinity Common / North York (Yonge St & Sheppard Ave)
  • 67: Keswick / North York (Yonge St & Sheppard Ave)
  • 96: Oshawa / Finch Express (Sheppard Ave W & Beecroft Rd, 3 min walk)
  • 384: Sheppard West Night Bus (Sheppard West)

Note: Bus numbers with letters (e.g., 84A) are variations of the main route, possibly serving different stops or operating at different hours. Check the TTC website or app for details.

Directions to Sheppard-Yonge Station (Toronto) with public transportation

Sheppard-Yonge Station is a central transit hub in Toronto, Canada, served by the following public transportation options:


  • Line 1 (Yonge-University): Connects north to Vaughan Metropolitan Centre and south to Union Station.
  • Line 4 (Sheppard): Connects east to Don Mills Station and west to York University.


  • 320 Yonge
  • 384 Sheppard West
  • 97A Yonge

Remember, this is just a summary of the transit lines. For real-time schedules, specific routes, and fare information, I recommend checking the websites or apps of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) or other relevant authorities.

  • Saturday & Holidays 5:45 a.m. to 2:35 a.m.
  • Sunday, 7:55 a.m. to 2:35 a.m.
  • Monday to Friday, 5:40 a.m. to 2:35 a.m.

Parking is Not available at this station.

  • Non-TTC, Yonge St east side entrance to the north concourse.
  • Bus platform to the north tunnel.
  • North concourse to the north tunnel.
  • North concourse to Line 1 platform.
  • Line 4 eastbound platform to Line 1 platform.
  • West concourse to Line 4 eastbound platform.
  • West concourse to north concourse.
  • Non-TTC, 25 Sheppard Ave W entrance to concourse.
  • Non-TTC, Sheppard Ave E south side entrance to Line 4 eastbound platform.

This website shows real-time information about public transportation options at a specific location. Four subway lines are available: southbound to Vaughan, northbound to Finch, eastbound to Don Mills, and westbound to Sheppard-Yonge.

Arrival times are listed for each direction. Eight surface routes, including regular and night buses, are available. Transferring to a bus may be required when switching between some routes.

The Bayview Village Shopping Centre and Kenaston Gardens YMCA are near the subway station. The YMCA has an entrance right next to the station, making it easy to access. However, there’s no indoor connection between the subway and these landmarks, so you must step outside to get between them.

Sheppard-Yonge to don mills station

It should take about 11 minutes to get from Sheppard-Yonge station to Don Mills station by public transit. The distance is 5.9 km. See the directions here.

Map and Address of Yonge and Sheppard Subway Station


is there parking at Sheppard Yonge station?

There is no public parking available at Sheppard Yonge Station itself [3]. However, there are a number of public parking options and private parking garages in the vicinity of the station. Here are a few options:

  • Precise ParkLink – Yonge and Sheppard Centre: This parking garage is located directly next to Sheppard Yonge Station at 2 Sheppard Ave E. It offers 24/7 parking with electric vehicle charging stations. Rates are $4 for every 30 minutes or less, $8 for each hour, with a daily maximum of $17 between 6:00 AM and 6:00 PM and $7 for evening parking between 6:00 PM and 6:00 AM. There is also an early bird rate of $14 if you enter between 5:30 AM and 8:00 AM and exit before 9:00 PM https://www.preciseparklink.com/. It has a low rating (1.4 stars on Google) with complaints about high cost and tight spaces. Opens in a new window www.torontoparking.preciseparklink.com Precise ParkLink Yonge and Sheppard Centre
  • Green P Parking Lot Carpark 418: This public parking lot is located at 68 Sheppard Ave W, a short walk from Sheppard Yonge Station. It offers 24/7 parking with rates depending on the duration of your stay. You can find the current rates on the Green P website https://parking.greenp.com/. This option has the best reviews (4.3 stars on Google) but may be further away depending on where you are going.
  • Other parking options in the area include the Joseph Sheppard Building parking lot (Impark Lot #316) at 4900 Yonge St. and various on-street parking spots. You can search for on-street parking availability using a parking app or website.