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Old Mill Station

Bloor-Danforth

Subway platform and view of bridge at Old Mill Station.

Station features

  • Accessible: No
  • Metropass purchase by debit or credit card
  • Side platform
  • Transfer required for connecting to surface routes

Bloor-Danforth Schedule

Bloor-Danforth trains run every 2-3 minutes during the rush hours and every 4-5 minutes outside the rush hours.

Train and direction Monday to Friday Saturday and Holidays Sunday
First Train eastbound Monday to Friday 5:46 am Saturday and Holidays 5:54 am Sunday 8:54 am
Last Train eastbound Monday to Friday 1:37 am Saturday and Holidays 1:37 am Sunday 1:37 am
First Train westbound Monday to Friday 5:58 am Saturday and Holidays 6:00 am Sunday 9:00 am
Last Train westbound Monday to Friday 2:10 am Saturday and Holidays 2:10 am Sunday 2:10 am

Escalators

Location Direction Planned Service
West End - Westbound Platform To Street Level Up At All Times No scheduled maintenance
West End - Eastbound Platform To Street Level Up At All Times No scheduled maintenance

Parking

Station Description

Station Overview

  • Address, 2672 Bloor Street West
  • Accessible, Street Level only
    Note: The Station is barrier free from Street Level to Bus Platform, Subway Platforms are not accessible
  • Number of Levels, 2
  • Platform Type, Side

Entrance

Old Mill Trail Entrance
  • Nearest Intersection, Bloor Street West and Old Mill Trail
  • Location on Street, on the east side of Old Mill Trail, 47 metres north of Bloor Street West

Station Levels, 2

Note, Star indicates a level where customers enter the station.

Star, Street/Collector
  • Entrance
  • Collector and turnstiles
  • Stair access to Subway Platform Level
  • Bus Platform, unpaid area
  • Wheel Trans transfer point located at WT bus bay at south end of Bus Platform, unpaid area
Subway Platforms
  • Eastbound and westbound trains
  • Escalator and stair access to Street Level

    Eastbound and Westbound
  • Escalators and stairs are located at the west end of the Subway Platform

Designated Waiting Areas (DWAs)

TTC Customers at Designated Waiting Area on subway platform.

DWAs are located on all subway and rapid transit (RT) platforms for your safety and convenience while you are waiting for your train.

A DWA has brighter lights as well as an intercom, a closed-circuit television camera, a public telephone, and a bench to sit on while you wait.

Help

Stop Number: Find out when the next streetcar will arrive: text the Stop Number to 898882.

Accessible routes: The TTC provides accessible service on many routes. Not all stops or stations are accessible.




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AttentionService Alert:

91 Woodbine route diverting southbound via Cranfield, Waterman due to a stalled transport truck blocking the roadway at Hollinger.

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