Help point intercoms set to open at several subway stations in the Bronx

New help point intercoms are set to open at several subway stations in the Bronx.



Four subway stations, including 231st Street, 242nd Street, 238th Street stops on the 1 line and the Wakefield stop on the 2 line, will have the intercoms installed.



The new intercoms will put the user immediately in touch with transit workers for emergencies and travel information, with just the touch of a button.



Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz allocated nearly $1 million to install the intercoms.



The MTA says it hopes to eventually have intercoms installed at every single subway station in the city.



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