D line renovations complete after months of closures

BROOKLYN - After months of closures, renovations on the D line have been complete, making commuting much easier for subway riders.

New features installed at D line stations include new platforms and speakers giving riders real-time service information. Elevators and ramps now make stations completely accessible for the elderly, disabled, and parents with strollers.

The renovations cost $88 million and were funded by President Obama's 2009 stimulus package.

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