|Address||3101 Yonge Street
|Opened||31 March 1973|
Lawrence is a subway station on the Yonge–University–Spadina line in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located under Yonge Street at Lawrence Avenue, in the Bedford Park, Lawrence Park and Lytton Park neighbourhoods.
- Lawrence Avenue northwest side of Yonge at Continental Place
- Lawrence Avenue northeast side of Yonge
- Bedford Park Avenue northwest side of Yonge (automatic entrance)
- Ranleigh Avenue northeast side of Yonge (automatic entrance)
Lawrence Station was opened in 1973 as an intermediate stop between Eglinton, the former northern terminus of the Yonge line, and York Mills, which acted as a temporary terminus for a year until the subway was further extended to Finch. Lawrence was the first station on the network to feature an underground bus terminal (York Mills, St. Clair West, and Don Mills are the others). It is still one of Toronto’s deepest stations.
On 23 April 2007, TTC employee Antonio Almeida was killed in the tunnel just south of the station when a platform on his work car was dislodged.
In 2012, a series of renovations repaired the deteriorating concrete of the bus roadway and tunnel walls.
- Nearby there are a series of parks that run through Chatsworth and Blythwood ravines from Chatsworth Drive and Cheritan Avenue to Bayview Avenue.
- Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens located here
- Toronto Public Library Locke Branch
Buses enter the station counter to the normal traffic directions so that bus doors will face the centre bus platform.
- 52A Lawrence West to Pearson Airport via Dixon Road
- 52B to Westwood Mall Bus Terminal via Dixon Road (extra fare required west of Airport Road)
- 52D to McNaughton via Dixon Road (extra fare required west of Airport)
- 52F to Royal York Road
- 97 Yonge - transfer are required because the buses on this route use curbside stops outside the station
- 124 Sunnybrook to Sunnybrook Hospital
- 162 Lawrence-Donway to Don Mills Road
- "Subway ridership, 2011-2012". Toronto Transit Commission. "This table shows the typical number of customer-trips made on each subway on an average weekday and the typical number of customers travelling to and from each station platform on an average weekday. Five stations serve two subways, and so are listed twice, once for each subway"
- Staff Reporter (2007-04-23). "Toronto transit worker dies in subway tunnel accident". CBC News. Retrieved 2009-06-29.
- Diego Sinagoga, Community Liaison Representative (May 9, 2012). "Construction TTC Lawrence Station – Bus Loop Tunnel". TTC. Retrieved January 2014.
- Toronto Public Library: Locke Branch
Media related to Lawrence Station at Wikimedia Commons