Bike access and amenities

We’re improving accessibility and adding amenities at TTC subway stations, making it easier to cycle as part of your journey.

With support from the Federal Public Transit Infrastructure Fund and the City of Toronto, the TTC is adding bike amenities at TTC subway stations, making it easier to cycle as part of your journey. Installation of the following new bike amenities began last year and will continue into 2021:

  • Additional TTC bike posts and rings at 30 subway stations.
  • Two-tier bike racks at select subway stations, making it easier to load and unload bikes and provide added capacity.
  • New bike repair stands and toolboxes located at various stations to expand on the existing repair stand network.

TTC bike repair stops

Self-service bicycle repair stops have been installed at subway stations across the TTC. This will allow customers to complete minor bicycle repairs while commuting in Toronto.

Repair equipment is secured by steel cables and includes wrenches, Allen keys, screw drivers, a bicycle pump and a wheel chock.

The bicycle repair stations are located at:

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

The new bicycle repair stops are an addition to the stops that were installed last year at the following stations:

  • Bathurst
  • Davisville
  • Downsview
  • Finch
  • Kipling
  • Keele
  • Kennedy
  • Pape
  • Spadina

All bicycle repair stops will also receive periodic maintenance.

Easier access

“Easier access fare gates” help cyclists enter and exit TTC subway stations and we’ve installed bicycle stair channels as part of the Pape and Dufferin Station Modernization projects. New stations will include bicycle stair channels and the feasibility of retrofitting existing stations is being evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

Bike Share Toronto

Bike Share Toronto, managed by the Toronto Parking Authority, is a network of 6,850 bicycles and 625 stations located throughout the city, many of which are in the vicinity of TTC subway stations.

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