List of accessible New York City Subway stations

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Street elevator serving as an entrance to the 66th Street–Lincoln Center station
Elevator at the elevated 231st Street station
Accessible restroom at Church Avenue

The majority of the New York City Subway system was built before 1990, the year the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) went into effect. As a side effect, many New York City Subway stations were not designed to be accessible to people with disabilities. Since then, elevators have been built in newly constructed stations to comply with the ADA, with most grade-level stations requiring little modification to meet ADA standards. In addition, the MTA identified "key stations," high-traffic and/or geographically important stations, which must conform to the ADA when they are extensively renovated.[1]

As of January 2017, out of 472 total stations in the system, 117 are accessible to some extent;[a] many of them have AutoGate access.[2][3][4] If station complexes are counted as one, then 93 out of the system's 425 stations are accessible to some extent. Five stations on the Staten Island Railway are also accessible. Additionally, there are 16 more non-ADA-accessible stations with cross-platform interchanges, as well as other same-platform transfers, designed to handle wheelchair transfers.[4]

Context[edit]

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has been gradually adding handicapped access to its key stations since the 1980s, as renovations take place. According to the MTA:

In improving services to individuals with disabilities, the MTA identified stations and facilities where compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) would benefit the most people, analyzing such factors as high ridership, transfer points, and service to major areas of activity. These stations were given priority in our station-renovation program. We are continuing to expand accessibility features to more and more locations.[5]

According to the MTA, fully accessible stations have:

  • elevators or ramps
  • handrails on ramps and stairs
  • large-print and tactile-Braille signs
  • audio and visual information systems
  • accessible station booth windows
  • accessible MetroCard Vending Machines
  • accessible service entry gates
  • platform-edge warning strips
  • platform gap modifications or bridge plates to reduce or eliminate the gap between trains and platforms
  • telephones at an accessible height with volume control, and text telephones (TTYs)
  • accessible restrooms at commuter rail stations with restrooms
    • Note: not all station buildings have restrooms.[5]

The MTA has been criticized for the lack of accessibility in the New York City Subway. Only 19% of all of the subway system's stations are fully accessible to people with disabilities.[6] Notably, places such as Woodlawn, south Brooklyn, and Astoria do not have any accessible stations. Many transfer stations, such as Chambers Street, Broadway Junction, Delancey Street/Essex Street, and 14th Street/Sixth Avenue are not wheelchair-accessible, making it harder to travel between different parts of the city. 42nd Street–Bryant Park/Fifth Avenue, and West Eighth Street–New York Aquarium are also not wheelchair-accessible, with the former having three elevators and the latter having a wheelchair ramp leading only from street level to their respective mezzanines. The G and Rockaway Park Shuttle each have one accessible station, while the 42nd Street Shuttle is not accessible. Although all New York City buses are accessible, transfers between bus routes, as well as the bus trips themselves, are usually cumbersome because buses run at a much lower frequency than the subway does.[7]

List of accessible stations[edit]

Manhattan[edit]

As of January 2017, there are 55 ADA compliant stations in Manhattan, or 39 if stations in complexes are counted as one.

Station Services Accessible entrance and notes[4]
14th Street/Eighth Avenue "A" train"C" train"E" train"L" train
  • Elevator at northwest corner of 14th Street and Eighth Avenue.
14th Street–Union Square "N" train"Q" train"R" train"W" train "L" train
  • Elevator at northeast corner of 14th Street and Park Avenue South (Union Square East).
    Note: 4, ​5, ​6, and <6> platforms are not ADA compliant.
23rd Street "4" train"6" train "6" express train
  • Northbound service, elevator at northeast corner of 23rd Street and Park Avenue South.
  • Southbound service, elevator at northwest corner of 23rd Street and Park Avenue South.
34th Street–Herald Square "B" train"D" train"F" train"M" train
"N" train"Q" train"R" train"W" train
  • MTA elevator at Herald Center building on west side of Broadway south of 34th Street.
  • PATH elevator on west side of Sixth Avenue north of 32nd Street.
34th Street–Hudson Yards "7" train "7" express train
  • Elevator near the southwest corner of Hudson Park & Boulevard and 34th Street.
34th Street–Penn Station "1" train "2" train "3" train
  • Elevator on south side of 34th Street west of Seventh Avenue at LIRR entrance.
34th Street–Penn Station "A" train"C" train"E" train
  • Wheelchair ramp from the LIRR Concourse inside Penn Station.
  • Elevator at southeast corner of 34th Street and Eighth Avenue to uptown A, ​C, and ​E side platform level.
    • Take elevator inside fare control down to the lower mezzanine for downtown A, ​C, and ​E side platform level and both directions of A island platform level.
47th–50th Streets –
Rockefeller Center
"B" train"D" train"F" train"M" train
  • Elevator at northwest corner of 6th Avenue and 49th Street.
49th Street "N" train"Q" train"R" train"W" train
  • Elevator at northeast corner of 49th Street and Seventh Avenue.
    Note: northbound trains only.
50th Street "A" train"C" train"E" train
  • Elevator on northwest corner of 49th Street and Eighth Avenue.
    Note: southbound trains only.
Lexington Avenue/
51st Street
"4" train"6" train "6" express train "E" train"M" train
  • Elevator at northeast corner of 52nd Street and Lexington Avenue (elevator to downtown 4, ​6, and <6> platform is out of service for long term repairs until October 2017).[8]
59th Street–Columbus Circle "1" train"2" train "A" train"B" train"C" train"D" train
  • Elevator at northwest corner of Columbus Circle and Central Park West.
  • Elevator at southwest corner of 8th Avenue and Columbus Circle.
66th Street–Lincoln Center "1" train"2" train
  • Southbound service, elevator at southwest corner of 66th Street and Broadway/wheelchair ramp from the lower level of Avery Fisher Hall at southwest corner of Columbus Avenue and 64th Street.
  • Northbound service, elevator at southeast corner of 66th Street and Broadway.
72nd Street "1" train "2" train "3" train
  • Elevators inside station house on north side of 72nd Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue.
72nd Street "N" train"Q" train"R" train
  • Elevators inside building at southeast corner of Second Avenue and 72nd Street.
86th Street "N" train"Q" train"R" train
  • Elevator at southeast corner of 86th Street and Second Avenue.
96th Street "1" train "2" train "3" train
  • Elevators inside station house in median of Broadway; entrances on south side of 96th Street and north side of 95th Street.
96th Street "N" train"Q" train"R" train
  • Elevator in plaza on west side of Second Avenue between 95th and 96th Streets.
125th Street "4" train"5" train"6" train "6" express train
  • Elevator at northeast corner of 125th Street and Lexington Avenue.
125th Street "A" train"B" train"C" train"D" train
  • Elevator at southwest corner of 125th Street and Saint Nicholas Avenue.
135th Street "2" train"3" train
  • Northbound service, elevator at northeast corner of 135th Street and Lenox Avenue.
  • Southbound service, elevator at southwest corner of 135th Street and Lenox Avenue.
168th Street "A" train"C" train
  • Elevator at southeast corner of 168th Street and Saint Nicholas Avenue for A and ​C only.
    Note: elevators to 1 platforms are not accessible.
175th Street "A" train
  • Elevator at northeast corner of 177th Street and Fort Washington Avenue.
Bowling Green "4" train"5" train
  • Elevator at northeast corner of Broadway and Battery Place. Westernmost accessible station in the system.
Bleecker Street/Broadway–Lafayette Street "4" train"6" train "6" express train
"B" train"D" train"F" train"M" train
  • Elevator at northwest corner of Lafayette and Houston Streets.
Brooklyn Bridge–City Hall "4" train"5" train"6" train "6" express train
  • Elevator on west side of Centre Street south of Chambers Street.
    Note: J, M, and Z​ platforms are not ADA compliant.
Canal Street "4" train"6" train "6" express train
  • Northbound service, elevator at northeast corner of Canal Street and Lafayette Street.
  • Southbound service, elevator at northwest corner of Canal Street and Lafayette Street (Elevator to platform is out of service due to renovations until November 2017).[9]
    Note: N, ​Q, ​R, ​W, J, M, and Z​ platforms are not ADA compliant.
Chambers Street "1" train "2" train "3" train
  • Elevator at northwest corner of Hudson and Chambers Streets.
Cortlandt Street "N" train"R" train"W" train
  • Elevators at southwest corner of Dey Street/Broadway and northeast corner on John St/Broadway, shared by 4 and ​5 trains.
Dyckman Street "1" train
  • Elevator at southwest corner of Hillside Avenue and St. Nicholas Avenue/Ft. George Hill.
    Note: accessible for southbound service only.
Fulton Street "2" train"3" train"4" train"5" train"A" train"C" train"J" train"Z" train
  • Elevators at southwest corner of Dey Street/Broadway and northeast corner on John St/Broadway for 4 and ​5 trains, connection to N, ​R, and ​W trains.
  • Elevator at northeast corner of Fulton and Nassau Streets for A and ​C J and ​Z trains
  • Elevator at southwest corner of Fulton and William Streets for A and ​C 2 and ​3 trains.
Grand Central–42nd Street "4" train"5" train"6" train "6" express train "7" train "7" express train
  • Elevator to mezzanine inside main entrance, immediately to the right of Grand Central Terminal entrance (East 42nd Street between Park Avenue and Lexington Avenue).
  • Note: 42nd Street Shuttle platform at Times Square is not ADA compliant.
Inwood–207th Street "A" train
  • Elevator at northwest corner of Broadway and 207th Street.
Lexington Avenue–63rd Street "F" train "N" train"Q" train, and ​"R" train
  • Elevator on north side of 63rd Street west of Lexington Avenue.
  • Elevator at northwest corner of 63rd Street and Third Avenue
Roosevelt Island "F" train
  • Elevators at station house.
South Ferry "1" train"2" train
  • Elevator at SW corner of Whitehall and State Streets.
    Note: N, ​R, and ​W platforms are not ADA compliant.
Times Square–42nd Street /
Port Authority Bus Terminal
"1" train "2" train "3" train "7" train "7" express train
"A" train"C" train"E" train "N" train"Q" train"R" train"W" train
  • Elevator at southeast corner of 7th Avenue and 42nd Street for 1, 2, 3​, 7, <7>​​, N, ​Q, ​R, and ​W service.
  • Elevator inside north wing of bus terminal at 8th Avenue between 41st Street and 42nd Street, near airport bus ticket office, for A, ​C and ​E service.
  • South wing entrance for A, ​C and ​E service is also accessible via elevator and passageway from the north wing of the terminal.
  • Elevator and lift at southwest corner of 8th Avenue and 44th Street, for A, ​C and ​E service only. The lift can be manually operated.
  • Note:
    • 42nd Street Shuttle platform is not ADA compliant.
    • The passageway ramp used to transfer to and from A, ​C and ​E and 1, 2, 3​, 7, <7>​​, N, ​Q, ​R, and ​W trains is not ADA compliant.
West 4th Street–
Washington Square
"A" train"C" train"E" train
"B" train"D" train"F" train"M" train
  • Elevator at northeast corner of 6th Avenue and 3rd Street.
World Trade Center "E" train
  • Elevator at southeast corner of Church Street and Park Place. Note: Elevator out of service for long term construction.[10]
    2, ​3, A, and ​C platforms are not ADA compliant.

The Bronx[edit]

As of December 2015, there are 13 ADA compliant stations in the Bronx, or 12 if stations in complexes are counted as one.

Station Services Accessible entrance and notes[4]
Third Avenue–149th Street "2" train"5" train
  • Uptown elevator at southwest corner of 149th Street and 3rd Avenue.
  • Downtown elevator at northwest corner of 149th Street and Melrose Avenue.
161st Street–Yankee Stadium "4" train "B" train"D" train
  • Elevator at northeast corner of 161st Street and River Avenue.
231st Street "1" train
  • Uptown elevator at southeast corner of 231 Street and Broadway.
  • Downtown elevator at southwest corner of 231 Street and Broadway.
233rd Street "2" train"5" train
  • Elevator at northwest corner of White Plains Road and 233rd Street. Northernmost accessible station in the system.
East 180th Street "2" train"5" train
  • Elevators inside station house at northwest corner of East 180th Street and Morris Park Avenue (accessible via wheelchair ramp at street level).
Fordham Road "4" train
  • Elevator at southeast corner of Jerome Avenue and Fordham Road.
Gun Hill Road "2" train"5" train
  • Elevators inside main entrance in White Plains Road median between Gun Hill Road and 211th Street.
Hunts Point Avenue "6" train "6" express train
  • Elevator on the Monsignor Del Valle Square at the northwest corner of Hunts Point Avenue and Bruckner Boulevard.
Kingsbridge Road "B" train"D" train
  • Elevator at northeast corner of Grand Concourse and E Kingsbridge Road.
Pelham Bay Park "6" train "6" express train
  • Elevator at back of station beyond escalators, near corner of Westchester Avenue and Bruckner Boulevard
  • Wheelchair ramp overpass crossing over the Bruckner Expressway at the far east side of Bruckner Boulevard.
Pelham Parkway "2" train"5" train
  • Elevator at southwest corner of Pelham Parkway and White Plains Road.
Simpson Street "2" train"5" train
  • Uptown elevator at southwest corner of Simpson Street and Westchester Avenue.
  • Downtown elevator at northeast corner of Simpson Street and Westchester Avenue.

Brooklyn[edit]

As of December 2016, there are 27 ADA compliant stations in Brooklyn, or 22 if stations in complexes are counted as one.

Station Services Accessible entrance and notes[4]
Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center "2" train"3" train"4" train"5" train
"D" train"N" train"R" train"W" train
"B" train"Q" train
  • Elevator at southeast corner of Pacific Street and Fourth Avenue.
  • Elevators at Hanson Place and Flatbush Avenue in Atlantic Terminal mall.
  • Elevator at southeast corner of Atlantic and Flatbush Avenues, adjacent to the Barclays Center.
Avenue H "Q" train
  • Ramp on north side of Avenue H and East 15th Street for southbound trains only.
Bay Parkway "D" train
  • Elevator at northwest corner of Bay Parkway and 86th Street.
Borough Hall "2" train"3" train "4" train"5" train
  • Elevator in front of Supreme Court Building at Court Street and Montague Street for 2 and ​3 and northbound 4 and ​5.
    Note: 4 and ​5 (southbound) and N, R, and ​W (both directions) not accessible.
Canarsie–Rockaway Parkway "L" train
  • Station at street level.
Church Avenue "2" train"5" train
  • Elevator for northbound service at southeast corner of Church Avenue and Nostrand Avenue.
  • Elevator for southbound service at southwest corner of Church Avenue and Nostrand Avenue.
Church Avenue "F" train"G" train
  • Elevator at northwest corner of Church Avenue and McDonald Avenue.
Coney Island–Stillwell Avenue "D" train"F" train"N" train"Q" train
  • Elevator and ramps in station house at northeast corner of Surf Avenue and Stillwell Avenue. Southernmost accessible station in the system.
Crown Heights–Utica Avenue "2" train"3" train"4" train"5" train
  • Elevator at northwest corner of Utica Avenue and Eastern Parkway, in Eastern Parkway median.
DeKalb Avenue "B" train"D" train"N" train"Q" train"R" train"W" train
  • Elevator at southeast corner of DeKalb Avenue and Flatbush Avenue Extension.
Euclid Avenue "A" train"C" train
  • Elevator at northeast corner of Euclid and Pitkin Avenues.
Flatbush Avenue–Brooklyn College "2" train"5" train
  • Elevator at southeast corner of Flatbush Avenue and Nostrand Avenue.
Flushing Avenue "J" train "M" train "Z" train
  • Elevator at southwest corner of Flushing Avenue and Broadway.
Franklin Avenue–Fulton Street "A" train"C" train Franklin Avenue Shuttle
  • Elevator at southwest corner of Franklin Avenue and Fulton Street.
Jay Street–MetroTech "A" train"C" train "F" train "N" train "R" train"W" train
  • Elevator at northwest corner of Jay and Willoughby Streets, for all train services.
Kings Highway "B" train"Q" train
  • Elevators inside station house on south side of Kings Highway between 15th and 16th Streets.
Marcy Avenue "J" train "M" train "Z" train
  • Elevator for Queens bound service at southwest corner of Marcy Avenue and Broadway.
  • Elevator for Manhattan bound service at northwest corner of Marcy Avenue and Broadway.
Myrtle–Wyckoff Avenues "L" train "M" train
  • Enter through station house entrances at the intersection of Myrtle/Wyckoff Avenues; elevator to platforms inside station house.
Park Place Franklin Avenue Shuttle
  • Ramp from Prospect Place west of Franklin Avenue; service in both directions on single track.
Prospect Park "B" train"Q" train Franklin Avenue Shuttle
  • Entrance ramp on Lincoln Road between Flatbush Avenue and Ocean Avenue; elevators after fare control.
Utica Avenue "A" train"C" train
  • Elevator at northwest corner of Fulton Street and Malcolm X Boulevard.
Wilson Avenue "L" train
  • Wheelchair ramp at dead-end of Wilson Avenue east of Moffat Street for northbound trains only.

Queens[edit]

As of December 2015, there are 22 ADA compliant stations in Queens, or 19 if stations in complexes are counted as one.

Station Services Accessible entrance and notes[4]
21st Street–Queensbridge "F" train
  • Elevator at northwest corner of 21st Street and 41st Avenue.
61st Street–Woodside "7" train "7" express train
  • Elevator at northeast corner of Roosevelt Avenue and 61st Street (Elevator to Flushing–bound platform is out of service due to renovations until January 2018).[11]
Aqueduct Racetrack "A" train
  • Elevator next to south staircase down to Resorts World Casino Parking Lot.
    The Sky Bridge entrance to the Casino is also accessible.
Court Square "7" train "7" express train
  • Elevator at northeast corner of 23rd Street and Jackson Avenue;
    E, ​M, and G platforms are not ADA compliant.
Far Rockaway–Mott Avenue "A" train
  • Elevators to platform level inside station house at northeast corner of Mott Avenue and Beach 22nd Street. Easternmost accessible station in the system.
Flushing–Main Street "7" train "7" express train
  • Elevator on Roosevelt Avenue east of Main Street, north side.
Forest Hills–71st Avenue "E" train"F" train"M" train"R" train
  • Elevator on south side of Queens Boulevard between 70th Road and 71st Avenue.
Howard Beach–JFK Airport "A" train
  • Elevators at Coleman Square and 159th Avenue.
Jackson Heights–
Roosevelt Avenue/
74th Street
"7" train"E" train"F" train"M" train"R" train
  • Elevator after fare control in station house on Roosevelt Avenue between 74th and 75th Streets,
    or enter on Broadway between 74th and 75th Streets.
Jamaica–179th Street "E" train"F" train
  • Elevator at southeast corner of 179th Place and Hillside Avenue.
Jamaica Center–Parsons/Archer "E" train​ ​"J" train"Z" train
  • Elevator on south side of Archer Avenue at Parsons Boulevard.
Jamaica–Van Wyck "E" train
  • Elevator at corner of 89th Avenue and Van Wyck Expressway south service road, adjacent to Jamaica Hospital.
Junction Boulevard "7" train "7" express train
  • Elevator at northeast corner of Junction Boulevard and Roosevelt Avenue.
Kew Gardens–Union Turnpike "E" train"F" train
  • Elevator at southeast corner of Union Turnpike and Kew Gardens Road.
Mets–Willets Point "7" train "7" express train
  • Local service to Main Street-Flushing on Mets baseball game, USTA game, or special events.
  • Ramp to overpass on south side of Roosevelt Avenue.
  • Only Northbound side-platform accessible
Middle Village–
Metropolitan Avenue
"M" train
  • Station at street level.
Queens Plaza "E" train"M" train"R" train
  • Elevator at southwest corner of Queens Plaza South and Jackson Avenue.
Rockaway Park–Beach 116th Street "A" trainRockaway Park Shuttle
  • Station at street level.
Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue
JFK Airport
"E" train​ ​"J" train"Z" train
  • Elevator off southeast corner of Sutphin Boulevard at Archer Avenue near elevated LIRR tracks.

Staten Island Railway stations[edit]

Replacing tactile warning strip
Tactile-Braille sign at Ocean Parkway
Accessible MetroCard vending machines

Although the Staten Island Railway is not considered part of the New York City Subway, the MTA still shows it on the New York City Subway map and operates it as a rapid transit system similar to the New York City Subway. As of January 2017, there are five ADA-accessible stations on the Staten Island Railway.

Station Accessible entrance and notes[4]
St. George
  • North side elevator (Elevator PE-W) for bus, taxi, ferry or railway levels.
  • South side elevator (Elevator PE-S) for passenger drop-off, or ferry levels.
Dongan Hills
  • Ramps on both sides of the station.
Great Kills
  • Ramps on both sides of the station.
Arthur Kill
  • Ramps on both sides of the station.
Tottenville
  • Ramp at south end of the station.

Future accessible stations[edit]

The following stations are being renovated to receive ADA improvements:

The following station's improvement is in planning:

The following stations' improvements are being designed:

The following stations' improvements are pending Federal Transit Authority funds from Core Capacity Grant Program:

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This includes station complexes but excludes some non-accessible platforms at such complexes.

References[edit]

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