The Eagle reports that the Brooklyn Heights Association has issued a “call to action” concerning the possible one year closure of the Clark Street subway station while its ramshackle, breakdown-prone elevators are repaired. The MTA has so far failed to give an answer as to whether it intends a complete shutdown. A complete shutdown would greatly inconvenience many subway riders, and could spell death to several businesses, some of long standing, in the arcade connected to the subway entrance.
BHA Issues “Call to Action” on Clark Street Station Closure
By Claude Scales on May 21, 2019 11:02 pm in 11201, Brooklyn Heights, News, Shopping, Transportation
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