Dupont Subway Station

Dupont Subway Station Toronto | Map, Schedule and Map

Dupont station serves as a key transit point on Toronto’s Line 1 Yonge-University. Situated at the intersection of Spadina Road and Dupont Street in the Annex neighborhood, the station opened in 1978. It offers convenient access to the surrounding area and boasts unique artistic features within its walls, making it a noteworthy stop on the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) network.

  • Location: 263 Dupont Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Coordinates: 43°40′29″N 79°24′25″W
  • Platform: Side platforms
  • Tracks: 2
  • Connections: TTC buses
  • Accessibility: Accessible
  • Opened: January 28, 1978
  • Architect: Dunlop-Farrow Architects
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St. Clair West towards VaughanSpadina towards Finch
Dupont Subway Station

Dupont Station: Simplified Overview

Location: 263 Dupont Street, Toronto (accessible by Wheel-Trans)

Key features:

  • 3 levels: Street, Concourse, and Platform
  • 2 entrances: Southeast (accessible) and Northwest
  • Platform type: Side platforms (2 tracks)
  • Services: Yonge-University Line (Line 1) and connecting TTC buses
  • Accessibility: Fully accessible with elevators and ramps

Additional details:

  • DWA (Designated Waiting Area) on both platforms near the fifth car.

Note: This summary excludes specific technical details and entrance descriptions.

Dupont Station operates with these approximate hours:

  • Saturday & Holidays: 5:55 AM to 2:00 AM
  • Sunday: 7:50 AM to 2:00 AM
  • Monday to Friday: 5:55 AM to 2:05 AM

Not availlable


  • Three elevators are available, providing access from:
    • Spadina Ave east side entrance to the concourse.
    • Concourse to the southbound platform (Finch via Union).
    • Concourse to the northbound platform (Vaughan).
  • Call the Lift Line Service (416-539-LIFT) to check their status before you travel.


  • Four escalators are available:
    • Concourse to southbound platform: Up at all times.
    • Concourse to northbound platform: Down at all times.
    • Concourse to the street, south side: Up at all times, Down at all times (opposite directions).
    • Concourse to the street, north side: Down at all times, Up at all times (opposite directions).

Note: This summary excludes any accessibility alerts mentioned in the original text. You should always check for these alerts before travelling.

  • Northbound trains: The next train towards Vaughan Metropolitan Centre arrives in 1 minute, with subsequent trains arriving in 5 and 8 minutes. You can view the full schedule by clicking.
  • Southbound trains: The next train towards Finch via Union arrives in 7 minutes, with subsequent trains arriving in 8 and 11 minutes. You can view the full schedule by clicking.

Here are some nearby landmarks of Dupont Subway Station:

  • Casa Loma: A Gothic Revival-style historic house and museum, now a popular tourist attraction.
  • Spadina House: A historic house museum that was once home to the wealthy Baldwin family.
  • George Brown College, Casa Loma Campus: A college campus offering a variety of programs in fields such as community services, healthcare, and design.
  • City of Toronto Archives: The official archives of the City of Toronto, which houses a vast collection of historical records and documents.

Google Map and address of Dupont Subway Station

Dupont subway station schedule

You can expect trains to arrive at Dupont Station on the Yonge-University line (Line 1) very frequently:

  • Every 2-3 minutes during rush hours (from 6:00 AM to 9:00 AM and from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM).
  • Every 4-5 minutes during off-peak hours.

The first train arrives at Dupont Station at 6:13 AM and the last train arrives at 2:02 AM.

Here’s a tip for finding real-time TTC information: You can download the TTC app or visit the TTC website for the most up-to-date schedule information, including any delays or disruptions.

Dupont subway station phone number

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) does not list individual phone numbers for subway stations, including Dupont Station.

Here are some resources that you can use to get information about Dupont Station:


What are the hours of the subway in Toronto?

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway operates daily with hours that vary slightly between weekdays and weekends:
Weekdays and Saturdays: 6:00 AM to 2:00 AM
Sundays: 8:00 AM to 2:00 AM

Which line is Dupont station on?

Dupont Station is located on Line 1, also known as the Yonge-University Line. This line runs north-south through Toronto and is the busiest line in the TTC system. You can find a system map on the TTC website TTC website.

How many subway stations are there in Toronto?

There are currently 69 stations across the TTC subway system.

How to ride subway in Toronto?

Here’s a quick guide on how to ride the subway in Toronto:
Purchase a PRESTO card or fare at a PRESTO machine or booth at the station.
Add funds to your PRESTO card if needed.
Tap your PRESTO card on the reader at the fare gate to enter the station.
Find the platform for your desired direction ( northbound or southbound for Line 1). You can check the station signs or ask TTC staff for assistance.
Wait for a train to arrive on the platform.
Board the train and find a seat or hold onto a pole.
When approaching your destination station, listen for announcements or check the station signs inside the train.
Exit the train at your stop and tap your PRESTO card on the reader at the fare gate to exit the station.