downtown yonge your way

Getting to Downtown Yonge is a breeze, whether you’re planning on taking transit, cycling or driving in!

a person riding a bicycle on the street with a row of planters on the sidewalk

biking

Adding cycling into your travels is a fun and fast way to get around the city. 

There are over 500 bike parking spaces in the neighbourhood, and we’ve created a handy bike times map to show just how close Downtown Yonge is, no matter where you are in Toronto! 

Don’t forget, you can always count on the Bike Share system to always have a bike available to use for those short (or long) rides when you don’t have a bike.  

Bike share stations in toronto

on foot

Yonge Street sees over 60 million pedestrians annually in our district, which makes it one of the easiest ways to get around!

Use our handy walk times map to help you navigate to Downtown Yonge from others areas in Toronto.

 

map showing the streets of Downtown Toronto, along with the subway stops and other transit options.

public transit

The Downtown Yonge neighbourhood is located in the heart of Toronto, which means there are plenty of ways to get here via public transit, whether you prefer taking the bus, streetcar or subway!

You can access Downtown Yonge via three subway stops:

  • College Station
  • Dundas Station
  • Queen Station

Along with three streetcar routes and two bus lines:

  • 501 Queen streetcar
    (on diversion due to construction- see TTC website for details)
  • 505 Dundas streetcar
  • 506 College streetcar
  • 6 Bay St bus
  • 97 Yonge St bus

For more information on routes and current transit diversions, please visit the Toronto Transit Commission website

 

Parking

For those trips where you just need the convenience of the car, we’ve got you covered, with both on-street and garage parking options available.

Busy intersection surrounded by buildings and traffic.