Toronto Transit Commission Lansdowne Station

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Next Station: Dundas West Next Station: Ossington
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Rapid Transit Line 2 Bloor-Danforth
Surface Routes 47
Presto Yes
Opening Date February 26, 1966
Platform Side
Ridership (2018) 18,996

Lansdowne Station is a rapid transit stop owned and operated by the Toronto Transit Commission in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The station is located at 691 Lansdowne Avenue, one block north of Bloor Street West.

History

Lansdowne Station opened to the public with the original segment of the Bloor-Danforth subway on February 26, 1966.

Station description

There are three entrances at Lansdowne Station: the two main entrance buildings on the west and east sides of Lansdowne Avenue at Wade Avenue, and an automatic entrance two blocks east on the west side of Emerson Avenue. The station does not have a bus terminal. Instead, customers can connect to the 47 Lansdowne bus using the stops located just outside the entrances on the west and east sides of Lansdowne Avenue. Inside the main entrance, there are stairs that lead down to an underground concourse where the collector's booth and fare gates are located. At the Emerson Avenue automatic entrance, stairs lead directly to platform level. Connection to the 300 Bloor-Danforth night bus can be made at the stops just south of the station at the intersection of Lansdowne Avenue and Bloor Street West.

Beyond the fare-paid line in the underground concourse, there are stairs and escalators that lead down to the side subway platforms. The subway platforms at Lansdowne Station are of the typical Bloor-Danforth style featuring yellow wall tiles and a blue trim.

Easier Access Project

As part of the TTC's Easier Access Program, construction began during the summer of 2019 to make Lansdowne Station accessible. When complete, improvements at the station will include three new elevators to provide barrier-free access between street and platform levels, accessible fare gates and automatic sliding doors, improved signage, and new CCTV security cameras. Construction is expected to be complete at the end of 2021.[1]

Routes

Rapid Transit

Surface Transit

Schedule

Lansdowne Station
Toronto Transit Commission Line 2 bullet-a.png Bloor-Danforth Monday to Friday Saturday Sunday
First Train eastbound 5:56am 6:02am 8:14am
Last Train eastbound 1:44am 1:45am 1:44am
First Train westbound 5:58am 6:09am 8:18am
Last Train westbound 2:01am 2:01am 2:01am


References

  1. Lansdowne Station - Easier Access Project, Toronto Transit Commission. Retrieved 21 December 2020.
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