June 30, 2016

This week, the TTC installed 20 new self-service bicycle repair stops and upgraded bike parking at six stations across the subway system, as promised in the 2016 Customer Charter. The new repair stops and bike parking add to the nine bicycle repair stops installed last September, which allowed customers to complete minor bike repairs while commuting in Toronto.

"The TTC continues to make it easier for commuters to ride their bike to the subway with this latest expansion of bike parking and self-service repair stations," said TTC Chair Josh Colle. “The TTC continues to invest in expanding mobility options for our customers and remains committed to improving the integration of cycling with transit."

New bicycle parking is now installed at the following subway stations:

  •  Rosedale
  •  Dupont
  •  St Clair West
  •  Kipling
  •  Spadina
  •  Warden

Repair equipment, which is secured by steel cables and includes wrenches, Allen keys, screwdrivers, a bike pump and wheel chock, is now available at the following subway stations:

  • Lawrence
  • St Clair
  • Rosedale
  • St George
  • St Clair West
  • Lawrence West
  • Royal York
  • Old Mill
  • Jane
  • Runnymede
  • Ossington
  • Castle Frank
  • Broadview
  • Chester
  • Donlands
  • Greenwood
  • Main Street
  • Victoria Park
  • Leslie
  • Bayview


Repair stop locations were selected based on a number of criteria, including existing bike parking, number of bike trips taken in the surrounding area, bike routes and trails in the neighbourhood, and the physical space at the station.

Find more information about the TTC’s Customer Charter commitments here.

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