The TTC’s Easier Access Program makes stations accessible for everyone with the addition of new elevators. TTC is working towards its goal of making St Patrick Station accessible by the end of 2018.

The concourse to platform level elevator (E1) will be operational and open for customer use by Friday, September 14, 2018. The elevator finishes and remaining work are expected to be completed by the end of 2018.

The 480 University Avenue developer is building the street to concourse level elevator (E2), the new accessible entrance and underground connection to the subway. The street to concourse level elevator (E2) is expected to be in-service by the end of 2018.

Work details

  • The construction work for the concourse to platform level elevator (E1) is now complete and will be operational and open for customer use by Friday, September 14, 2018. The finishes for the elevator and throughout the station are expected to be completed by the end of 2018.
  • Work progresses on University Avenue island to finish the pavers. Subsequently, landscaping activities and demobilization of the work zone will take place until the end of 2018, as planned.
  • The 480 University Avenue developer’s work to complete the accessible street to concourse level elevator, the new entrance and underground connection to the subway continues until the end of 2018, as planned.

Traffic details

  • In order to accommodate the developer’s work some traffic lane reductions on the northwest corner of University Avenue and Dundas Street are required until the end of 2018.
  • In order to accommodate the work required on the University Avenue island, the northbound University Avenue lane will be reduced nightly.
  • Through-traffic will be maintained on Dundas Street West through the intersection.

Pedestrian details

  • The St Patrick Station stairwell entrance on the northwest corner of University Avenue and Dundas Street (near the 480 University Avenue building) is no longer in use.
  • Please use other available TTC entrances to access the station (entrances are available on the north-east and, south-west, south-east corners of the intersection).
  • The sidewalk on the northwest corner of the intersection will be reduced, but will remain open for pedestrian use.

For construction inquires please contact the 480 University Avenue developer:

Core Architects, 416-343-0400