Livonia Avenue Station Reaches Substantial Completion

Citnalta-TAP Joint Venture successfully reached substantial completion on MTA C&D/New York City Transit's Design and Construction of Accessibility Upgrades at Livonia Avenue Station on the Canarsie Line in the Borough of Brooklyn.


The JV team installed two new elevators and reconfigured the street context around the station entrance, opened the control area and modified the agent booth to conform the station to ADA requirements. They also installed a new transfer passageway above the platforms that provides accessibility between the northbound and southbound trains.


Other work items included:

  • State-of-good-repair steel repairs, top and bottom flanges, stiffeners, bracing and bolt replacement

  • Hoist way façade installation, including glazing, aluminum composite panels, louvers and stainless-steel panels

  • Signals support messengers and final cable routing

  • EPDM and standing seam roofing and leader installations

  • New sidewalks, ADA ramps and back-of-house exterior slabs

  • Bird deterrent installations

  • Milling and paving at the intersection between Van Sinderen and Livonia Avenues.

Congratulations to the Citnalta-TAP team!