Finch West Subway Station

Finch West Subway Station Toronto | Location, Map and Address

Finch West Station is a relatively new station on the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)’s Line 1 Yonge-University line. It opened in December 2017 and is underground on Keele Street, north of Finch Avenue West. While serving as a stop on Line 1, it’s slated to become the eastern terminus of the upcoming Line 6 Finch West upon its opening in late 2024.

  • Location: 3950 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Lines: Serves Line 1 Yonge-University (current) and will be the eastern terminus of Line 6 Finch West (opening late 2024)
  • Platform: Center platform with 2 tracks for each line
  • Accessibility: Fully accessible with elevators and ramps
  • Parking: 347 spaces
  • Opened: December 17, 2017 for Line 1, Line 6 to open Q4 2024
  • Ridership: 20,923 (2019) – Ranked 46th out of 75 TTC stations
  • Style: Postmodern architecture designed by Spadina Group Associates
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York University towards VaughanDownsview Park towards Finch
Finch West Subway Station

Location: 3950 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario (accessible by Wheel-Trans)

Accessibility: Fully accessible with elevators and ramps throughout the station’s 3 levels.

Parking and Drop-off:

  • 347 parking spaces available at 200 Tangiers Road (near Four Winds Drive entrance).
  • 10-passenger pick-up and drop-off spots east of Keele Street near the Four Winds Drive entrance.


  • Two entrances, both with accessible options:
    • 3950 Keele Street Entrance: West side of Keele Street, 70 meters north of Finch Avenue West. Provides elevator, escalator, and stair access to the concourse level.
    • Four Winds Drive Entrance: This entrance is on the south side of Four Winds Drive, 20 meters east of Keele Street. It offers fare gates, access to the bus platform, an elevator, an escalator, and stair access to the concourse level, and connects to passenger pick-up/drop-off and commuter parking.

Station Levels:

  • Level 1 (Street): Entrances, fare gates (Four Winds Drive only), bus platform, Wheel Trans stop, passenger pick-up/drop-off, parking, and bicycle storage (all accessible via Four Winds Drive entrance).
  • Level 2 (Concourse): Two concourses connected by a mezzanine walkway:
    • South Concourse: Fare gates, elevator, escalator, stair access to Keele Street entrance, elevator and escalator access to the subway platform, and mezzanine walkway connection to the north concourse.
    • North Concourse: Elevator, escalator, and stair access to Four Winds Drive entrance, bus platform, passenger pick-up/drop-off, parking, elevator to the subway platform, escalator and stair access to the subway platform, and mezzanine walkway connection to the south concourse.
  • Level 3 (Subway Platform): There are northbound and southbound platforms, with elevators, escalators, and stairs leading to the concourse level. The detailed description provides specific locations for these.
  • Weekdays: 5:50 AM to 2:30 AM
  • Saturdays & Holidays: 5:55 AM to 2:25 AM
  • Sundays: 7:45 AM to 2:25 AM

Location: 200 Tangiers Road (enter from the south side of Tangiers Rd. east of Keele St. or the west side of Tangiers Rd. south of York University Busway)

Capacity: 347 spaces

Hours of Operation:

  • Paid parking: 5:00 AM to 2:00 AM (weekdays only)
  • Free parking: Weekends and statutory holidays


  • Daily: $7
  • Afternoon/evening (3:00 PM to 2:00 AM): $2

Payment: Green P mobile app or pay-and-display machines (coin, VISA, MasterCard, American Express)


  • Locations:
    • Keele St. west side entrance to the concourse
    • Concourse to Line 1 platform
    • Keele St. east side entrance and bus platform to concourse


  • Always operational:
    • Concourse to Line 1 platform (down)
    • Line 1 platform to concourse (up)

Additional Information:

  • Call Lift Line Service before your trip for assistance: 416-539-LIFT (5438)
  • Check the TTC’s Accessibility Alerts for any elevator or escalator status updates before traveling.
  • Northbound (towards Vaughan Metropolitan Centre): Trains arrive in approximately 7, 11, and 15 minutes. You can view the full schedule by clicking “View schedule”.
  • Southbound (towards Finch via Union): Trains arrive in approximately 3 and 6 minutes. You can view the full schedule by clicking “View schedule”.
  • James Cardinal McGuigan Catholic High School is a coeducational separate secondary school offering various academic and extracurricular programs.
  • York University: A public research university with a strong focus on interdisciplinary studies.
  • Fountainhead Park: A small park with a playground, walking paths, and a splash pad.
  • Promenade Shopping Centre: A shopping mall with over 120 stores and services.
  • Downsview Park is a large urban park with various attractions, including a sports complex, a zoo, and an arboretum.

These are just a few of the many landmarks located near Finch West Station. With its convenient location and access to public transportation, Finch West Station is a great starting point for exploring the surrounding area.

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What line is Finch West station on?

Finch West station is on Line 1 of the University of the Toronto subway system.

How fast is the Finch West LRT?

The Finch West LRT is still under construction, with an expected opening in the fourth quarter of 2024. There isn’t official information on its operational speed yet.

What is the oldest subway station in Toronto?

The oldest subway station in Toronto is St. Patrick’s station, which opened in 1933.