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Improving Woodbine Station:
Open house, January 27

Woodbine_second-exit.jpgThe TTC plans to improve Woodbine Station by making the station and bus terminal fully accessible for all passengers and building a new second exit from the platform to the street.

You can learn more about these plans at an open house, Monday, January 27.

The TTC plans to:

  • install new elevators;
  • improve the signs and wayfinding through the station;
  • install sliding doors at the entrance and bus platforms;
  • repave the bus loop;
  • repair the interior and exterior finishes;
  • enhance the landscaping around the station and bus terminal.

It will also build a new second exit from the station at the northwest corner of Strathmore Boulevard and Woodbine Avenue — on the other side of both streets from the present station facilities.

The TTC has already awarded a contract for this work and expects construction to start soon. At the open house you can learn more about the project, the construction schedule and how it will affect you and your travel on the TTC.

The event takes place:

Monday, January 27
From 6:30 until 8:30 p.m.
(Presentation at 7 p.m.)
Danforth Mennonite Church,
2174 Danforth Avenue
North side of Danforth, east of Cedarvale Avenue
(Cedarvale is one block east of Woodbine).

You can learn more about the project here.

You can view the presentation from an earlier open house here. (.pdf)

You can read the report from the earlier open house here. (.pdf)

You can view a brochure on upcoming improvements to Woodbine Station here. (.pdf)