...the fanfare on Wednesday morning seemed justified when officials of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority formally opened two new stairways on the northwest corner of Broadway and 60th Street that lead into the subway station beneath the circle. About 50 yards away, a century-old entrance in the middle of a traffic island is scheduled to close to the public on July 28 for a renovation that is expected to last more than a year.
2 New Subway Entrances Open at Columbus Circle
Meanwhile, back in Queens, an entrance of the Hunterspoint Avenue station on the 7 line has been closed for weeks (one across the street was permanently closed years ago) and no one has written a thing about it in the papers. Anyone know what's going on here?
Brooklyn's getting some renovations, too.