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Two Bronx Subway Stations Closing as Part of 6 Train Overhaul

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TWC News: Two Bronx Subway Stations Closing as Part of 6 Train Overhaul
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Two Bronx subway stations are closing for the next seven months as part of a Metropolitan Transportation Authority overhaul of the Pelham 6 line.

The Zerega and Buhre Avenue stations will shut down Saturday morning.

It's the second set of stations to close as part of a $109 million renovation of five different stations.

The MTA says it's increasing bus service in the area and offering free shuttles when necessary.

For more details, log on to mta.info and click on Planned Service Changes.

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