Dyckman Street 1 train station getting facelift

The Dyckman Street 1 train station is getting a facelift.The reconstruction project is expected to begin tomorrow. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is spending nearly $100

RIVERDALE - The Dyckman Street 1 train station is getting a facelift.

The reconstruction project is expected to begin tomorrow. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is spending nearly $100 million on the project. It is expected to take two years.

Free shuttle buses, the M3 bus and A trains will provide northern Manhattan, Bronx and Riverdale commuters means of transportation.

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