Accessible elevator construction

The Toronto Transit Commission has an ongoing program to improve subway station accessibility. The Interactive TTC Subway Map highlights the stations that are now equipped with accessible features such as elevators and barrier-free entrances. For more information on future accessible stations, visit Easier Access.

Regular maintenance of TTC elevators and escalators keeps them working reliably and safely. To complete this important work, specific units will need to be out of service from time to time.

Kennedy Station elevator overhaul

  • At the start of service on Monday October 2, 2017 the elevator affording customers access to the Line 2 Subway Platform from the collector mezzanine area at Kennedy station will be going out of service until January 2018.

Following is a list of planned maintenance. Please note: Locations and schedules are subject to change without notice.

Elevator icon Elevators - Planned Maintenance

There is no planned maintenance at this time.

Escalator icon Escalators - Planned Maintenance

Station Escalator Location Scheduled Start Date Scheduled Completion Date
Union StationServices the Yonge line for the subway platform to the Concourse level. September 28, 2017February 1, 2018
Bloor-Yonge StationBloor - Train Level To Concourse (Automatic Entrance) November 3, 2017February 15, 2018
Bloor-Yonge StationBloor - Concourse To Street Level (Automatic Entrance) November 3, 2017February 15, 2018
College StationEast Side - North End - Northbound Platform To Concourse December 7, 2017February 14, 2018
Woodbine StationSouth Side - Concourse To Street Level November 1, 2017January 31, 2018
Lawrence StationConcourse To Yonge Street - West Side July 4, 2017April 30, 2018