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These are the NYC Subway Stations with Elevators

These are the NYC Subway Stations with Elevators

If you’re pushing a stroller or you use a wheelchair, these subway stations with elevators in NYC are your best bet for getting around on public transportation.


You know how it goes: You’re running for the subway on a day out with the kids, but you get to the station with your stroller and your toddler and there’s no elevator, so you have to schlepp everything up or down the stairs. If you’re a wheelchair user, an inaccessible station can mean you’re forced to completely change around your travel plans. It’s important to know which subway stations across the city have elevators; you also need a Reduced-Fare AutoGate MetroCard to be able to access the entry/exit gates within accessible stations that are meant for people with ambulatory disabilities, who use mobility devices, or who have service animals. These are the subway stations that have elevators, making it easier to get around if you have a stroller or a wheelchair.

Subway Stations with Elevators in Manhattan
Subway Stations with Elevators in Brooklyn
Subway Stations with Elevators in Queens
Subway Stations with Elevators in the Bronx
Staten Island Railway Stations with Elevators

How can I find out if my station’s elevator is out of service?

Subway Stations with Elevators in Manhattan

  • 1 Ave. – L train
  • 14 St./8 Ave. – A, C, E, and L
  • 14 St.-Union Square – L, N/Q/R/W trains; 4/5/6 is not accessible
  • 23 St. – 6 train
  • 28 St. – 6 train, downtown only
  • 34 St.-Herald Square – B/D/F/M and N/Q/R/W
  • 34 St.-Penn Station – 1/2/3 and A/C/E
  • 34 St.-Hudson Yards – 7 train
  • 42 St.-Port Authority Bus Terminal – A/C/E
  • 47-50 Streets-Rockefeller Center – B/D/F/M
  • 49 St. – N/Q/R trains, uptown only
  • 50 St. – C/E trains, downtown only
  • 51 St. – 6 train
  • 59 St.-Columbus Circle – A/C, B/D, and 1 trains
  • 66 St.-Lincoln Center – 1 train
  • 72 St. – 1/2/3 trains
  • 72 St. – Q train
  • 86 St. – 6 train, uptown only
  • 86 St. – Q train
  • 96 St. – 1/2/3 trains
  • 96 St. – Q train
  • 125 St. – 4/5/6 trains
  • 125 St. – A/C and B/D trains
  • 135 St. – 2/3 trains
  • 168 St. – A/C only; 1 train is not accessible
  • 175 St. – A train
  • Bleecker St. – 6 train
  • Bowling Green – 4/5 trains
  • Broadway-Lafayette St. – 4/5 trains
  • Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall – 4/5/6 trains
  • Canal St. – 6 only; J/Z, N/Q/R/W are not accessible
  • Chambers St. – 1/2/3 trains
  • Chambers St. – J/Z trains
  • Cortlandt St. – R/W trains
  • Dyckman St. – 1 train, downtown only
  • Fulton St. – A/C, J/Z, 2/3 and 4/5 trains
  • Grand Central-42 St. – 4/5/6 and 7 trains only; S train is not accessible
  • Inwood-207 St. – A train
  • Lexington Ave./53 St. – E and M trains
  • Lexington Ave./63 St. – F and Q trains
  • Roosevelt Island – F train
  • South Ferry – 1 train
  • Times Square-42 St. – N/Q/R/W and 1/2/3 trains only; S is not accessible
  • West 4 St.-Washington Square – A/C/E and B/D/F/M trains
  • World Trade Center – E train
  • WTC Cortlandt – 1 train

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Subway Stations with Elevators in Brooklyn

  • 8 Ave. – N train, Manhattan-bound only
  • 59 St. – N/R trains
  • 62 St./New Utrecht Ave. – D/N trains
  • 86 St. – R trains
  • Atlantic Ave.-Barclays Center – B/D, N/Q/R, 2/3 and 4/5 trains
  • Avenue H – Q train, Coney Island-bound only
  • Bay Pkwy. – D train
  • Bedford Ave. – L train
  • Borough Hall – 2/3 and 4/5 trains, Manhattan and Bronx-bound only
  • Canarsie/Rockaway Pkwy. – L train
  • Church Ave. – 2 and 5 trains
  • Church Ave. – F and G trains
  • Coney Island/Stillwell Ave. – D/F and N/Q trains
  • Crown Heights/Utica Ave. – 3 and 4 trains
  • DeKalb Ave. – B and Q/R trains
  • Euclid Ave. – A/C trains
  • Flatbush Ave.-Brooklyn College – 2 and 5 trains
  • Flushing Ave. – J and M trains
  • Franklin Ave. – C and S trains
  • Jay St.-MetroTech – A/C, F, and R trains
  • Kings Highway – B and Q trains
  • Marcy Ave. – J/Z, M trains
  • Myrtle/Wyckoff Ave. – L and M trains
  • Park Place – S train
  • Prospect Park – B, Q, and S trains
  • Utica Ave. – A/C trains
  • Wilson Ave. – L train, Manhattan-bound only

Subway Stations with Elevators in Queens

  • 21 St.-Queensbridge – F train
  • 61 St.-Woodside – 7 train
  • Aqueduct Racetrack – A train
  • Astoria Blvd. – N/W trains
  • Court Square – 7 train only; G train is not accessible
  • Far Rockaway-Mott Ave. – A train
  • Flushing/Main St. – 7 train
  • Forest Hills-71 Ave. – E, F/M, and R train
  • Howard Beach-JFK Airport – A train
  • Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Ave./74 St.-Broadway – E, F/M, R, 7 train
  • Jamaica/179 St. – F train
  • Jamaica Center-Parsons/Archer – E, J/Z trains
  • Jamaica-Van Wyck – E train
  • Junction Blvd. – 7 train
  • Kew Gardens-Union Tpke. – E and F trains
  • Middle Village/Metropolitan Ave. – M train
  • Ozone Park-Lefferts Blvd. – A train
  • Queens Plaza – E, M, R trains
  • Rockaway Park-Beach 116 St. – A train during rush hours only; S train at all times
  • Sutphin Blvd-Archer Ave./JFK Airport – E and J/Z trains

Subway Stations with Elevators in the Bronx

  • 3 Ave.-149 St. – 2 and 5 trains
  • 161 St.-Yankee Stadium – B/D and 4 trains
  • 231 St. – 1 train
  • 233 St. – 2 and 5 trains
  • Bedford Park Blvd. – B/D trains
  • E 180 St. – 2, 5, and D trains
  • Fordham Road – 4 train
  • Gun Hill Road-White Plains Road line – 2 and 5 trains
  • Hunts Point Ave. – 6 train
  • Kingsbridge Road – B/D trains
  • Pelham Bay Park – 6 train
  • Pelham Pkwy.-White Plains Road Line – 2 and 5 trains
  • Simpson St. – 2 and 5 trains

Staten Island Railway Stations with Elevators

· Arthur Kill



· Dongan Hills

· Great Kills

· St. George

· Tottenville

How can I find out if my station’s elevator is out of service?

Elevators break down all the time, but the last thing you want to do is get to your accessible station and find a elevator is out of service. The MTA reports real-time statuses of accessible subway stations on its website, which you should check before heading out the door, and information about planned service changes or work, which you can also access on this page. Need an easy way to know where to go before you head out with the kids? Download this PDF of all the accessible stations in the city, and you’ll never be without an elevator!


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