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Second entrance and elevator at Woodbine Station finally opens

TTC community liaison officer Lito Romano, TTC CEO Andy Byford, unknown woman, Ward 31 Councillor Janet Davis and TTC chair Josh Colle cut the ribbon for Woodbine Station’s second entrance Oct. 12. -Pic: Courtesy Janet Davis

TTC community liaison officer Lito Romano, TTC CEO Andy Byford, unknown woman, Ward 31 Councillor Janet Davis and TTC chair Josh Colle cut the ribbon for Woodbine Station’s second entrance Oct. 12. -Pic: Courtesy Janet Davis

At a cost of approximately $20 million and after two-and-a-half years of construction and dislocation for users of the Toronto Transit Commission’s Woodbine subway station and those who live nearby, the work is finally complete and the improved, fully accessible station is in full operation.

The station’s new second entrance at the corner of Woodbine and Strathmore Blvd., which includes an elevator, was formally opened on Thurs. Oct. 12 with a ribbon cutting by representatives of the TTC, Ward 31 Councillor Janet Davis and members of the public with various disabilities.

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