This study evaluated deep learning accelerated T2w imaging (T2DL) of the bladder in terms of acquisition time (TA), overall image quality, presence of artifacts, diagnostic confidence, sharpness of lesions, and VI-RADS T2 score compared to a standard T2w (T2S) sequence in twenty-five patients. Two radiologists evaluated the images independently. TA of T2DL was reduced by nearly 50% compared to T2S. Overall image quality and sharpness of lesions were superior in T2DL, while artifacts, diagnostic confidence and T2 score were similar between T2S and T2DL. T2DL has the potential to replace T2S in bladder MR.