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.

Coxwell Station

artist rendering of second exit location

Find out about how we’re making Coxwell Station accessible for everyone.

Dupont Station

Tile mosaic inside Dupont Station

Find out about how we’re making Dupont Station accessible for everyone.

Greenwood Station

Greenwood Station entrance

Learn more about the Greenwood Second Exit program.

Lansdowne Station

Find out about how we’re making Lansdowne Station accessible for everyone.

Pape Station

Artist rendering of Pape station

Pape Station construction was part of our Easier Access and Station Modernization programs.

Royal York Station

diagram of second exit locations

The Easier Access Program will make Royal York Station accessible to all customers, regardless of their level of mobility. Construction is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2019.

Runnymede Station

Runnymede Station subway tile graphic

As part of the Easier Access Program, construction to make Runnymede Station fully accessible will begin in 2017.

St Clair West Station

Trains traveling through St Clair West Station

Work is underway to make St Clair West Station accessible to all customers, regardless of their level of mobility.

St Patrick Station

Artist rendering of the St Patrick Station main entrance

Find out about how we’re making St Patrick Station accessible for everyone.

Wellesley Station

Wellesley Station tile letters

Improvements will include building a second exit and automatic entrance on Dundonald Street.

Woodbine Station

Woodbine Station entrance

Significant improvements are coming to Woodbine Station, including a new second exit and elevators. Work is scheduled to be completed by 2017.