Closures of stations on Zerega Avenue and Buhre Avenue begin

Closures of stations on Zerega Avenue and Buhre

Closures of stations on Zerega Avenue and Buhre Avenue went into effect at 12:01 Saturday morning and are expected to last until February.

BRONX - Bronx commuters who ride the 6 train are changing their routines in the wake of station closures.

Closures of stations on Zerega Avenue and Buhre Avenue went into effect at 12:01 Saturday morning and are expected to last until February.

The MTA says stairs and platforms will be fixed, and a pigeon deterrent system will be installed. The station will also be repainted.

They say it’s part of an ongoing $109 million renewal program along the Pelham line.

Commuters are being helped by the Bx4, Bx8 and Bx24 buses, which will connect them to open subway stations.

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