NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — The Castle Hill Ave and Middletown Road stations on the 6 line in the Bronx will reopen on Sunday following a seven month rehabilitation project.
The stations were closed in October as part of a $109-million renewal project at five stations on the Pelham line, the MTA announced.
The project included station upgrades, steel replacement, and the incorporation of new artwork.
The Buhre Ave and Zerega Ave stations are slated to close in July and remain shut down until February 2015.
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