Rebuilding and Renewing
Stations are the front door of our subway and commuter rail system, providing customers with their first impression of our organization every single day. Stations are also public spaces used by New Yorkers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and the look, feel, and security of our stations have a real impact on people's lives.
The MTA Capital Program includes $2.6 billion for station improvements. Through our new Component Program, we're fixing the subway station components most in need of repair first, instead of waiting for full-station rehabilitations. These strategically targeted repairs have put us on track to reach more than two times as many stations in this Program than in the previous one, and helped us to achieve savings of over $420 million.
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Did You Know?At Metro North Railroad's Fordham Station, $13 million will be spent on installing wider platforms, new canopies and real-time customer information to accommodate the tenfold increase since 1982 in riders who use this Bronx station.
Construction continues on the Fordham Station.