Donlands (TTC)

Donlands (TTC)

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Donlands is a station on the Bloor–Danforth line of the subway system in Toronto, Canada. It is located at 990 Danforth Avenue at Donlands Avenue.

History

Donlands Station was opened in 1966 as part of the original segment of the Bloor-Danforth line, from Keele Station in the west to Woodbine Station in the east.

The station originally had only a small structure covering the stairs and escalator to/from the mezzanine, but was expanded to the present configuration in the early 1980s. The fare-collection area was relocated from the mezzanine level to street level at that time.

Subway infrastructure in the vicinity

Between Donlands and Greenwood stations is a full grade-separated, double-track, underground wye junction, allowing trains from either direction to access the TTC's Greenwood Yard, their largest subway yard, which is on the surface south of Danforth Avenue.

Nearby landmarks

Nearby landmarks include the Madinah Mosque, St David's Anglican Church and Wilkinson Junior Public School.

Surface connections



Second exit

In June 2010 the TTC announced plans to add second exits to 3 subway stations on the Bloor-Danforth line. These exits were recommended after a fire safety audit due the stations only having one primary means of emergency access/egress.

The planned construction would see a new exit only...
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