Manhattan-bound Cortelyou, Beverly, Parkside subway stops reopen

The MTA reopened the Manhattan-bound side of the track at three Brooklyn stations that had been closed for repairs. Officials closed stops at Cortelyou, Beverly

The restoration project involved painting, repairing concrete and steel columns, replacing and repairing stairs and a complete water leak mitigation at a cost of $10 million.

The restoration project involved painting, repairing concrete and steel columns, replacing and repairing stairs and a complete water leak mitigation at a cost of $10 million. (10/28/13)

FLATBUSH - The MTA reopened the Manhattan-bound side of the track at three Brooklyn stations that had been closed for repairs.

Officials closed stops at Cortelyou, Beverly and Parkside in July. The restoration project involved painting, repairing concrete and steel columns, replacing and repairing stairs and a complete water leak mitigation at a cost of $10 million.

Some commuters that spoke to News 12 this morning said that they were not impressed with the new look at the stations.

Still, MTA officials are calling the project completion a victory after finishing two weeks ahead of schedule.

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