St Patrick Station is accessible with two elevators
New TTC subway entrance (at 480 University Avenue) is now open for customer use
St Patrick Station is the newest TTC subway station to become accessible.
The street to concourse level elevator (E2), the new accessible entrance and underground connection to the subway is now open for customer use.
This new accessible TTC subway entrance is located on the northwest corner of University Avenue and Dundas Street West (at 480 University Avenue). The entrance also includes a set of (weather protected) stairs.
The station’s new elevators now connect the street to concourse and subway platforms levels.
Cross-section image of St Patrick Station Elevators:
As a part of this station upgrade work, Barbara Todd’s public art concept entitled, “Many Little Plans”, was selected by a local jury and will be installed (at a later date) at St Patrick Station by the artist:
“Jane Jacobs, Toronto’s revered urban activist, advised “Make many little plans” as a key ingredient for the creation of a healthy urban environment. Many Little Plans will consist of over 400 ceramic tiles installed within the alcoves of the subway platform. Every tile will portray the silhouette of a person, each with his/her unique pattern. Photographs of local residents and the station’s users, taken with full participation of the subjects, will be inserted throughout the artwork. Many Little Plans will be a compendium of ages, genders, ethnicities and walks of life, reminding viewers of the vibrant diversity of Toronto’s urban population.” – The artist, Barbara Todd
To view Barbara Todd’s public art concept entitled, “Many Little Plans”, please visit our Public Art page.
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