Kipling Subway Station

Kipling Subway, Kipling GO, Kipling Buses
The Kipling subway station is located on the western most part of the Bloor/ Danforth line (Kennedy is on the Eastern most part) of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) .  Both Kennedy and Kipling stations will be expanding in the future. 

Presto Card Machine
These stations use a "Presto card" which is a top off card (almost like a credit card) for frequent travelers outside of the GTA.  Kipling station was opened in November of 1980 and serves about 50,000 a year which includes the passengers that are connecting onto the Kipling GO station on the Milton line.

Kipling Station is at the of the line and therefore, like Kennedy it is designed primarily for commuter travel and connections out of the city.   For practical purposes the site has the space required for parking and in four separate lots can accommodate over 1700 vehicles.  The site is also located under Power lines and a Hydro substation.  Some of the facilities on site are public washrooms (which need a full time attendant!), an ATM, a newsstand and a mini convenience store.  The other asset to this station is that it has only one exit, so that there isn't a lot of confusion as to where the pick up/drop offs and parking lots are located.  Other than that, there is really not much else in the area.