By Katarina Hybenova
TimesNewsweekly.com reported today that MTA plans to shut down Central Ave and Knickerbocker Ave, M train stations. The stations will be one after another closed for about half a year. MTA plans to rehabilitate these two rusty stations. The entire mezzanines will be demolished, reports the website.
Knickerbocker will first close in the late spring of 2012, and will be shut down for 5 months. Once Knickerbocker is completed, the works on Central will begin.
For those of us who have gotten used to convenient M train, it’s pretty bad. However, MTA promised to increase the B54 bus service. BTW have you ever taken a bus in Bushwick? It is a very interesting experience…