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Published on : Saturday, April 2, 2016
Both stations originally opened in the early 1900s, and were part of a larger $39 million renewal project for five stations along Liberty Avenue. Work at 111 St-Greenwood Avenue and 80 St-Hudson Street consisted of repairs or replacement of mezzanine to platform stairs, mezzanine floors, doors, windows, interior and exterior walls, and the installation of new platform edges and ADA tactile warning strips. Each station was painted and canopies, windscreen panels and railings were replaced.
Station improvements include new lighting in the mezzanines and other amenities, including new artwork. Similar work was completed in December 2015 on the Queens-bound platforms. With the work completed on the Brooklyn-bound platforms, full service is restored at both stations with trains stopping in both directions.