Easier Access Program
Work started in summer 2014 to make Ossington Station accessible to all customers, regardless of their level of mobility. The work will include:
- Two elevators to access eastbound and westbound platforms
- Accessible fare gates
- Barrier free path to the platform
- Automatic sliding doors to enter station
- Improved signage
- CCTV – Security cameras
- Resurface a portion of Delaware Avenue entrance
A Pre-construction Open House was held on July 16, 2014 to share details on improvements to the station, construction schedule and staging. Staff were available throughout the evening to address questions on the "Ossington Station Easier Access Project" presentation panels .
An Open House full report on the July 16, 2014 Pre-construction is available for review.
May 28 TTC Board Meeting
At the May 28, 2014 Board meeting, members authorized the award of this contract to the company with the lowest priced acceptable bid. Read the Ossington Station Easier Access Board Report.
Community Information Session and Open House
A Community Information Session and Open House was held on June 13, 2013 at the Bob Abate Community and Recreation Centre. Members of the public were invited to attend to view information displays and speak with TTC staff about the project.
Find out more about TTC’s Easier Access program.
Please get in touch if you have any questions or concerns:
Senior Community Liaison
Toronto Transit Commission
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