There was good news Friday for 3 train riders in East New York.
The Pennsylvania Avenue station reopened three days ahead of schedule.
It had been closed for repairs since last October, when a truck plowed into the elevated station, severely damaging its mezzanine.
With trains bypassing the station, riders had to walk to neighboring stations or use shuttle buses.
"Sometimes, you come here and the bus is not here. So you got to wait. Sometimes, you come and it just leaves, so you got to wait until it goes around and comes back," said one commuter.
"Very happy. I didn't even realize it was open," said another. "I just got off, I'm like, 'Oh wow, Pennsylvania. Yay!"
Just weeks before being hit by the truck, the station had reopened following five months of renovations.