Gothamist reports that the MTA plans major changes to the Borough Hall subway station:
At Brooklyn’s busy Borough Hall station, MTA officials . . . seek approval for a separate $106 million contract to add three new elevators, work to reduce the gap between platforms and train cars, and other infrastructure improvements. The construction will make the entire station compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, according to transit officials.
The Gothamist story also reports that the MTA plans “the installation of 21 new elevators at eight stations across the city [including those at Borough Hall], as well as 14 elevator replacements at five other stations.”