Improving our customers' experience
The TTC is working to improve our customers’ experience and environment at a number of stations throughout the system. Learn more about our station renovations, second exit, and easier access projects, in this section.
For information about projects that may impact customer travel, please read our construction notices.
Find out about how we’re making Coxwell Station accessible for everyone.
As part of the Station Modernization project, Dufferin Station is now accessible and has been modernized with many new features.
Find out about how we’re making Dupont Station accessible for everyone.
Learn more about the Greenwood Second Exit program.
Find out about how we’re making Lansdowne Station accessible for everyone.
Lawrence West Station is now accessible. The elevator was officially put in service on December 19, 2014.
As part of the Easier Access program, Ossington Station is now accessible.
Pape Station construction was part of our Easier Access and Station Modernization programs.
The Easier Access Program will make Royal York Station accessible to all customers, regardless of their level of mobility. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2016
As part of the Easier Access Program, construction to make Runnymede Station fully accessible will begin in 2017.
Work is underway to make St Clair West Station accessible to all customers, regardless of their level of mobility.
Find out about how we’re making St Patrick Station accessible for everyone.
This historic station is undergoing extensive renovations, including the addition of a second platform to reduce congestion.
Improvements will include building a second exit and automatic entrance on Dundonald Street.
Significant improvements are coming to Woodbine Station, including a new second exit and elevators. Work is scheduled to be completed by 2017.