Union (TTC)

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Union Station is a station on the Yonge–University–Spadina line of the Toronto subway and RT. Opened in 1954 along with the first twelve subway stations of Toronto, it is located between the Yonge Street and University Avenue sections of the line at 55 Front Street West between Bay Street and York Street. It is the southernmost subway station of the city and is situated immediately north of the commuter train station and regional bus terminal of the same name.

Union connects the subway with GO Transit trains and buses, Via Rail, Ontario Northland Railway, and Amtrak. It serves approximately 95,290 people a day, ranking it as the fifth busiest station in the system, after Bloor-Yonge, St. George, Sheppard-Yonge and Kennedy.

The station is also noted as being one of only two stations on the TTC where a signal light is publicly accessible (the other being Islington Station). The signal is located on the east end of the platform. It is an Interlocking Signal that guards the crossover to the northbound Yonge Line and is only used during service disruptions that require trains be turned at Union.


North side entrances:
  • Street level stairs on North side of Front Street.
  • Underground connection from Royal Bank Plaza
South side entrances:


The station opened as the southern terminus of the original Yonge subway line on...
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