|Address||991 Woodbine Avenue
|Opened||25 February 1966|
The entrance, collector, and bus platform are at street level, the concourse is on the second level, and the subway platforms are on the lower level.
In terms of accessibility, while there are escalators leading from platform level, there is at least one small sub-flight of stairs between it and a second escalator in order to reach the surface. As of 2009, there is no elevator from the track to the surface, so it is not a wheelchair-accessible station.
Woodbine Station was opened in 1966 as the eastern terminus of the original segment of Bloor-Danforth line. Although the station was a terminus for two years, it was known that this would be temporary, so it was built with outside platforms rather than a single centre platform that would have conveniently served departures from either track.
The Bloor-Danforth subway line replaced the Bloor streetcar line, which ran from Jane Loop to Luttrell Loop, near the present Jane and Victoria Park stations. With the opening of the subway from Keele to Woodbine in 1966, streetcar service was reduced to a short Bloor route from Jane Loop to Keele station, and a Danforth route from Woodbine station to Luttrell Loop. These portions were in turn eliminated when the subway was extended in 1968 to run from Islington to Warden. However, evidence of the temporary loop at Woodbine station for Danforth streetcars still exists: a single disconnected streetcar track runs west from Cedarvale Avenue along Strathmore Boulevard, curving towards the east end of the station, and an irregular wall in the station's mezzanine indicates the former passage to the streetcar platform. The walled-off section of this passage has been partially converted into a staff room and storage area.
- 91A Woodbine to Parkview Hills
- 92 Woodbine South to Lake Shore Boulevard East (Ashbridge’s Bay Loop)
In June 2010 the TTC announced plans to add second exits to 3 subway stations on the Bloor-Danforth line. These exits were recommended after a fire safety audit due the stations only having one primary means of emergency access/egress.
The planned construction would see a new exit only structure built at surface level on Strathmore Boulevard. In order to build the exits the TTC plans to expropriate residential land and demolish a home in the area. This decision has proved controversial in the neighborhoods affected and after some public outcry the TTC has stated that they will review their plans.
- "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"
- Liz Clayton (23 Nov 2002). "Ghosts of Toronto's public transit". National Post. Archived from the original on 2012-02-20. Retrieved November 2011.
- "The Abandoned Streetcar Shuttle Connection Passages". Transit Toronto. April 11, 2010. Retrieved November 2011.
- "Easier Access and Second Exit Design Concept for Woodbine Station". Toronto Transit Commission. June 2, 2010. Retrieved November 2011.
- "Real Estate Acquisitions – TTC Woodbine Station". Staff Report. City of Toronto. July 28, 2010. Retrieved November 2011.
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