The STM plans to have 41 wheelchair accessible metro stations by 2025

The STM plans to have 41 wheelchair accessible metro stations by 2025
There are currently 16 Montreal metro stations with elevators, but the STM has announced plans to make 25 additional stations wheelchair accessible (and stroller-friendly) by 2025 — that’s 41 wheelchair accessible stations (or 60%) out of 68.

At the moment, work on elevator installation is underway at 13 stations, among them Atwater, McGill, Mont-Royal and Villa Maria. It’s also been announced that elevators will be added at Place St-Henri, Outremont and Longueuil-Université de Sherbrooke.

More information about these plans can be found on the STM website.

[A network for all!] For our customers with functional limitations, for seniors, parents with strollers or even travelers, we are speeding up the installation of elevators in the métro. We are targeting 41 accessible stations by 2025. #IDPD2020 https://t.co/Eqnkc5kPgV pic.twitter.com/SqrNoYZD0B— STM – Prenons soin de nous. (@stminfo) December 1, 2020
The STM plans to have 41 wheelchair accessible metro stations by 2025

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