Toronto Transit Commission High Park Station
|Westbound to Kipling||High Park||Eastbound to Kennedy|
|Next Station: Runnymede||Next Station: Keele|
|Rapid Transit||Line 2 Bloor-Danforth|
|Surface Routes||30A,B, 189, 300|
|Opening Date||May 11, 1968|
High Park Station is a rapid transit station and bus terminal operated by the Toronto Transit Commission in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The station is located at 35 Quebec Road. The station is named after nearby High Park which lies to the south just across Bloor Street West.
High Park Station opened on May 11, 1968 when the Bloor-Danforth subway line was extended further west from Keele Station to Islington Station in Etobicoke.
The station is comprised of three levels: street entrance and bus terminal level, and underground concourse level, and subway platform level.
There are total of four entrances for this station. The two entrances for the main station building are accessed from the east side of Quebec Avenue and from the bus platform leading off of the west side of High Park Avenue. The two other automatic entrances are accessed from north and south stubs of Parkview Gardens where the subway tracks split the road. Despite having a wheelchair ramp at the Quebec Avenue entrance, only the bus terminal area is accessible. According to the TTC's Easier Access Program schedule, elevators are scheduled to be operational in 2023, which will allow for barrier-free access to the subway platforms.
Inside the main entrance building is the bus terminal waiting area with doors leading to the outdoor sheltered bus platform. The bus platform stretches east out to High Park Avenue and features a bus loop. Buses enter and exit from High Park Avenue. As the bus terminal is not within the fare-paid area of the station, passengers require a transfer when connecting between the subway and buses. Connection to 300 Bloor-Danforth night buses can be made just outside the station at the High Park Avenue or Quebec Avenue bus stops along Bloor Street West.
In the underground concourse, there are stairs and escalators which provide access between the bus terminal at street level and the eastbound and westbound subway platforms. The station collector's booth and fare gates are also found here. The subway platforms are of the typical Bloor-Danforth style, with white wall tiles and a black trim.
|High Park Station|
|Bloor-Danforth||Monday to Friday||Saturday||Sunday|
|First Train eastbound||5:51am||5:59am||8:10am|
|Last Train eastbound||1:41am||1:41am||1:41am|
|First Train westbound||5:43am||5:49am||8:05am|
|Last Train westbound||2:06am||2:06am||2:06am|
- Easier Access Program Schedule, Toronto Transit Commission, retrieved 26 May 2019.