Subway workers in the Bronx say some stations are falling apart

Subway workers in the Bronx say instead of working to fix up stations in poor shape, they are being transferred by the MTA to other jobs.

The workers say one station in need of help is the D-Line on East 205th Street. They claim dripping water has peeled off much of the paint at the station, causing structural damage. In addition they say there are exposed wires, which are a danger to riders.

The MTA is planning to transfer more than 200 employees. The workers say they will talk to the city and MTA to see that something is done about the rundown stations.

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