Yorkdale (TTC)

Yorkdale (TTC)

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Yorkdale is a station on the Yonge–University–Spadina line of the subway system in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located on William R. Allen Road just south of Highway 401. It opened in 1978 in what was then the Borough of North York, and was named for the nearby Yorkdale Shopping Centre, to which it connects by an enclosed walkway. Connections are available to GO Transit buses (as well as Greyhound and airport shuttles) at Yorkdale Bus Terminal at the south east corner. 1144 parking spaces are also available for commuters.


  • Yorkdale Mall west entrance, next to Yorkdale Bus Terminal
  • Ranee and Allen Road south entrance
  • Onramp to Highway 401 and Allen Road

Architecture and art

Yorkdale was designed by Arthur Erickson. The station is above ground, and also above street level. It has two tracks, northbound and southbound. A dramatic vaulted glass roof spans the length of the single centre platform. It terminates symmetrically at escalators and stairs at both ends of the platform, creating the appearance of a glass dome. The interior walls of the station at platform level are unfinished concrete, but artistically cast, and curve over the tracks to form the ceiling. The shape of the windows on these walls recalls the oval windows of subway trains. On the exterior, these concrete walls are clad with stainless steel.

Handrails on stairs leading to the platform are backlit....
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