In Transit: Once and future plans to improve the MTA

"Right now some of the stations will not have any circulation improvements or accessibility improvements, or aesthetic improvements made while they're closed," says Kate Slevin, Vice President of State Programs and Advocacy for the Regional Plan Association. "If you made some improvements to the 8th Avenue station, you could have trains come into the station faster. And this would allow for more service, more trains per hour to run, which would benefit the entire L train corridor." 

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