Welcome to the E 180th Street subway station in the Bronx. It’s a landmark in the area. A grand re-opening ceremony was held earlier this month. The MTA says “The two-year, $66.5 million project breathed new life into the unique subway station that serves the 2 and 5 lines and is a major link to two major Bronx attractions – the Bronx Zoo and the New York Botanical Gardens.”
Let’s keep it clean. PIX11’s Greg Mocker looks at some other projects that are coming in 2014, including on the N and F in Brooklyn.
The MTA also announced the re-opening on April 22, 2013 of the Smith-9th St station in Brooklyn that serves the F and G lines. That was set to open last year but construction problems caused delays and an increase in the final price tag.