One of the lengthier construction projects going on within the NYC Subway is the station rehabs at some stations in the Rockaways. Just a short time ago, MTA New York City Transit sent me a press release containing the latest updates on this project. Here are the complete details:
Due to inclement weather and limited track access, the schedule for closing and reopening station platforms under rehabilitation in the Rockaways has been revised. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience to riders who use the stations under rehabilitation.
The Far Rockaway-bound A platforms at Beach 67th and Beach 44th Streets are scheduled to reopen as planned on Monday, January 18, 2010.
The Manhattan-bound S platforms at Beach 105th and Beach 90th Streets and the Far Rockaway-bound A platform at Beach 25th Street are scheduled to reopen on Monday, January 25, one week later than previously announced.
The Manhattan-bound A platforms at Beach 25th, Beach 44th and Beach 67th Streets are scheduled to close for rehabilitation on Monday, February 1, 2010, one week later than previously announced.
The Rockaway-bound S platforms at Beach 90th and Beach 105th Streets remain scheduled to close for rehabilitation on Monday, February 15 as planned.
Please note that this coming weekend, January 15-18, the Rockaway Park Shuttle S is suspended due to station rehabilitation work. Free shuttle buses will operate between Beach 60th Street and Rockaway Park, making stops at: Rockaway Park, Beach 105th Street, Beach 98th Street, Beach 90th Street, Beach 67th Street and Beach 60th Street. Customers may transfer to the A at Beach 67th or Beach 60th Streets.
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