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Smith-9th St. F/G stop to be out for a year

by Benjamin Kabak

Once the MTA starts work on the Culver viaduct rehabilitation plan, the F/G station at Smith-9th Sts. that serves Carroll Garden, Gowanus and Red Hook will be shuttered for a year. Metro guesses that the 12-month closure will take place in 2010. [Metro via The Gowanus Lounge]

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Cap'n Transit October 28, 2007 - 5:30 pm

What if the MTA were actually interested in making up for closing a station for a year?

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MTA planning grand things for the Culver Viaduct Rehabilitation project at Second Ave. Sagas | Blogging the NYC Subways November 9, 2007 - 3:00 am

[…] and Carroll Gardens. That bombshell: In 2010, the Smith-9th Sts. subway stop on the F and G lines will be closed for nearly an entire year due to the Culver Viaduct Rehabiliation. For Brooklynites trying to get to the nearest subway and […]

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Second Ave. Sagas | Blogging the NYC Subways » Blog Archive » NYCT plans years of ‘F’-ing construction on Culver Viaduct November 26, 2007 - 12:29 am

[…] viaduct work is completed, but that’s bad news only in the abstract. Worse is the news that the Smith-9th St. stop will be closed for the better part of 2010 with service changes (detailed in PDF form and below) affecting the line for […]

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BK person August 18, 2009 - 3:12 pm

Just in time for Bloomberg’s announcement that he wants to put in express service on the F in Brooklyn…

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