Construction work on the new main entrance to the Briarwood-Van Wyck F train station, which was initially scheduled to be completed last fall, is almost finished, the state Department of Transportation said.
Diane Park, a spokeswoman for the state DOT, would not, however, say when the entrance will reopen, leaving skeptical residents to wonder whether crews will meet the projected deadline after a delay of more than a year.
Park said that the project requires the cooperation of various state and local agencies, as well as Con Edison, and has to be approved by the MTA. But she noted that “things are progressing" and “we are in the inspection phase."
Photos provided by the state DOT show a complete entrance, but Park said the entryway is in the middle of "an active construction zone." The reopening, she said, will require installation of lighting, building a concrete walkway and other landscaping improvements, she said.
Sunday, November 23, 2014
Briarwood subway entrance construction almost done
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:16 AM
Labels: Briarwood, Con Ed, construction, Department of Transportation, MTA, subway
As usual, agencies that can't coordinate approval paperwork between each other are delaying the entrance's opening. Bureaucracy.
Yeah, right. I use that station, I'll believe it when I see it. Such idiots.
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