Flatbush, Midwood Subway Stops to Reopen After 2 Years

Monday, September 12, 2011

After renovations shuttered subway stops in Flatbush and Midwood, Brooklyn, for two years, the  Avenue H and Avneue M stops along the B and Q lines are finally set to re-open on Monday.

Robin Redmond, executive director of the Flatbush Development Corporation, said it's been a frustrating few years for residents and business owners who struggled with less foot traffic.

"The inconvenience for most commuters and even shopkeepers, you know the benefits are going to outweigh the inconvenience," Redmond said.

Express trains are scheduled to resume next month.


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