MTA to finally connect two Brooklyn subway stations where riders were double-charged for a century

The MTA is ready to finally fix a decades-old double-charge for straphangers who transfer between two intersecting Brooklyn subway stations, making good on a 5-year-old promise.

Riders who switch between the Livonia Ave. L station and the Junius St. No. 3 stop must exit the turnstiles at one station, walk along an outdoor elevated path across city a street and up a set of stairs before swiping through the turnstiles at the other end. …

Sign from 2004 outside the Junius Street subway station in East New York calls for a connection between the No. 3 train and the L train at Junius St. and Livonia Ave. in Brooklyn. (Ron Antonelli) The MTA is ready to finally fix a decades-old double-charge for straphangers who […]

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