Greenwood Station Easier Access Elevator Project

Construction at Greenwood Station is ongoing. Elevators are scheduled to be in-service in mid-2025.*
Effective Q2 2024

*Pending weather, possible third-party union strikes and unforeseen site conditions and events.


For background information, please visit the project page.

What we are doing and why:

The TTC’s Easier Access Program is making subway stations accessible. The TTC is conducting work at the intersection of Strathmore Boulevard & Linnsmore Crescent to make Greenwood Station accessible in 2025.

The overall project will be conducted in various stages. A Community pre-construction is posted on the project page.


The project will create a barrier-free path from the main entrance to all levels of the station including installation of:

  • Two elevators to access eastbound and westbound platforms
  • Automatic sliding station entry doors
  • Improved signage
  • CCTV – Security cameras along the accessible pathway
  • Public art installation as a part of the TTC Public Art Program


Stage 4 Construction – estimated to be completed in Summer 2024*

*pending unforeseen events and site conditions, weather and third-party strikes.




  • Excavation and other activities will be taking place to build the underground structure for the elevator shafts.
  • A vacuum truck will also be on-site as required for safe excavations around existing utilities.
  • Noise and vibration should be expected with this work.
  • Construction trucks, equipment and site staff will be present in the general area.
  • Pedestrian detours will be in place.
  • Lane configurations may shift as work progresses.


  • During the closure of the bus loop at Greenwood Station, 31 Greenwood buses will continue to divert to Coxwell Station via Danforth Avenue and Coxwell Avenue in all service periods.
  • Regular service levels will be maintained.
  • Customers can access the 31 Greenwood Bus from bus stops on Danforth Avenue at Linnsmore Crescent.
  • Access to the station will be maintained throughout construction.
  • Pedestrian detours will be in place.
  • No impacts to subway service on Line 2 – Bloor Danforth.


Local parking:

Street parking will be temporarily reduced in the area of construction.


Residents may park on any licenced street within their permit area. Please see the map of the parking permit area:


New temporary parking:
As approved by City Council and in order to temporarily increase parking during construction, City Transportation made temporary changes to allow on-street parking on both sides of some local streets including on Wolverleigh Boulevard. (from east of Linnsmore Crescent to west of Monarch Park Avenue. Parking by permit only from 12 a.m. to 10 a.m.). The City of Toronto has jurisdiction over the right-of-way (ROW).


Noise, vibration and work hours:

Noise, dust and vibration associated with construction can be expected with this work. Efforts will be made to keep levels to a minimum.


Majority of the work will take place between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., Monday to Friday, and on Saturday after 9 a.m., with work after hours and on Sunday after 9 a.m.  if required. As permitted, some overnight work will be required during the course of this project for safety and efficiency.



Generators will be used during work hours to assist with various construction activities.


During cold weather, the heaters must operate 24/7 to maintain a controlled temperature inside the elevator pits depending on the site activity, i.e., concrete curing.


If you would like to be added to the project email list (in order to receive future updates about this project), please email me at

For further information

Jorida Malevi, Community Liaison Officer,

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