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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for rehabilitation projects at four subway stations in Manhattan.One station is served by C line trains, while the remaining three are served by both B and C line trains.The work is part of a larger program to renovate 33 subway stations across New York City, MTA officials said in a press release. Station improvements include better signage for easier navigation, real-time train arrival information at subway entrances, glass barriers at fare arrays and Wi-Fi service.The project also involves state-of-good-repair renewals of the stations' infrastructure. The MTA will provide incentives to contractors to keep work-related closures as short as possible. Work at all four stations is slated for completion within 14 months of the contract award."Rather than doing a few component repairs, and stretching the work out over nights and weekends, we are taking a new top to bottom approach, renovating stations to bring customers a dramatically enhanced experience, and providing them with the tools they need for a better commute," said MTA Interim Executive Director Ronnie Hakim.The MTA in late March began work on the 53rd Street Station in Brooklyn, which marked the first project in the 33-station rehab program.
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