MTA unveils $66.5 million in renovations to East 180th St. station in West Farms

The station serves the 2 and 5 line.

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WEST FARMS - The MTA today unveiled $66.5 million in renovations done on the East 180th Street station in West Farms.

Renovations to the 101-year-old station include new countdown clocks, signs and wall art. The station, which provides access to the 2 and 5 lines, has also been made handicap-accessible.

An estimated 2 million straphangers use the stop every year. Commuters like Djibril Gueye are already raving about the upgrades.

"I love it, I really love it,” Gueye told News 12 The Bronx.

Indoor retail space at the station will be rented out next month.

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