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Directions to Bay Street (Toronto) with public transportation

The following transit lines have routes that pass near Bay Street - Bus: 505, 6, 97; Train: BR, LW; Subway: 1.

How to get to Bay Street by Subway?

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From Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Toronto 41 min
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Subway - 1
Subway - 1
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From Sheppard West Subway Station, Toronto 41 min
Subway - 1
Subway - 1
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From Sheppard West Station, Toronto 41 min
Subway - 1
Subway - 1
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From Glencairn Subway Station, Toronto 32 min
Subway - 1
Subway - 1
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How to get to Bay Street by Train?

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From Humber College - Lakeshore Campus West, Toronto 72 min
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From Sheppard West Subway Station, Toronto 62 min
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Train - BR
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From Sheppard West Station, Toronto 62 min
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Questions & Answers

What are the closest stations to Bay Street?

The closest stations to Bay Street are:

  • Bay St At Dundas St West (Toronto Coach Terminal) is 214 meters away, 4 min walk.
  • Dundas St West At Bay St is 218 meters away, 4 min walk.
  • Queen St West At Bay St is 334 meters away, 5 min walk.
  • Dundas St West At Yonge St is 358 meters away, 5 min walk.

Which Bus lines stop near Bay Street?

These Bus lines stop near Bay Street: 505, 6, 97.

Which Train lines stop near Bay Street?

These Train lines stop near Bay Street: BR, LW.

Which Subway lines stop near Bay Street?

These Subway lines stop near Bay Street: 1.

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Bay Street, Toronto
Bay Street, Toronto Bay Street is a major thoroughfare in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the centre of Toronto's Financial District and is often used by metonymy to refer to Canada's financial services industry since succeeding Montreal's St. James Street in that role in the 1970s. Bay Street begins at Queens Quay (Toronto Harbour) in the south and ends at Davenport Road in the north. The original section of Bay Street ran only as far north as Queen Street West. Sections north of Queen Street were renamed Bay Street as several other streets were consolidated and several gaps filled in to create a new thoroughfare in the 1920s. The largest of these streets, Terauley Street, ran from Queen Street West to Grenville Street. At these two points, there is a curve in Bay Street. "Bay Street" is frequently used as a metonym to refer to Toronto's Financial District and the Canadian financial sector as a whole, similar to Wall Street in the United States. "Bay Street banker", as in the phrase "cold as a Bay Street banker's heart", was a term of opprobrium especially among Prairie farmers who feared that Toronto-based financial interests were hurting them. Within the legal profession, the term Bay Street is also used colloquially to refer to the large, full-service business law firms of Toronto.
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