Two '6' stations reopen after eight months of renovations

Two stations on the '6' line have reopened today after eight months of construction.The Elder Avenue and St. Lawrence Avenue stops now have new mezzanines,

THE BRONX - Two stations on the '6' line have reopened today after eight months of construction.

The Elder Avenue and St. Lawrence Avenue stops now have new mezzanines, new platform floors and new artwork around the station.

The two stations complete the $89-million renovation of five '6' line stations.

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