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Improving accessibility at Dupont Station

September 16th, 2015 · No Comments

Dupont Station will soon be fully accessible to all riders, regardless of mobility. It’s currently undergoing an upgrade under the Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC) Easier Access Program, which aims to increase the accessibility of subway stations across the city. The station improvements – slated for completion in 2019 – include adding three elevators that will access all levels of the station, accessible fare gates, barrier-free paths to the subway platforms, improved signage, and the installation of CCTV security cameras.

Riders and residents are welcome to learn more the progress of the improvements and the impact of construction at Spadina Road and Dupont Street at an open house on Sept. 24 from 6.30 to 8.30 p.m. at the Toronto Archives (255 Spadina Rd.). TTC staff will be on hand to talk about the project, which will also be featured on information displays.

—Brian Burchell

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