Three Bronx subway stations closed to undergo renovations for four months

Residents who rely on the Number 4 train are being urged to allow some extra time to get to their destinations. That's because subway service on the Number 4 train is being replaced with shuttle buses at three Bronx stations.

As of 12:01 a.m. Monday, the Fordham Road, 170th Street and 176th Street stations were closed to undergo renovations and will not re-open for the next four months. The rehabilitation project is part of a plan to redo elevated stations on the Jerome Avenue line.

The stations will receive new staircases, floors, walls, lighting, canopy roofs, and a public address system.

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