Countdown clocks coming to B25 station at Fulton Street and Utica Avenue

Countdown clocks are coming to a Bedford-Stuyvesant transit hub to show commuters how far a bus is from their stops.

Countdown clocks are coming to a Bedford-Stuyvesant transit hub to show commuters how far a bus is from their stops. (7/8/15)

BROOKLYN - Countdown clocks are coming to a Bedford-Stuyvesant transit hub to show commuters how far a bus is from their stops.

The clocks are slated for the B25 station at Fulton Street and Utica Avenue.

City Councilman Robert Cornegy allocated $40,000 for two clocks at the hub. He says the B25 is currently the only part of Brooklyn that will take part in the pilot program.

The area was chosen because it is a major hub, servicing the B25 and B46 buses and A and C trains, Cornegy says.

The clocks are expected to be up and running in the area by next year.

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