103 St-Corona Plaza

103 St-Corona Plaza

Alburtis Avenue—as it was then known—first opened on April 21, 1917. It was later renamed 104th Street in anticipation of a northern pedestrian exit that never opened before taking on its present day moniker. If you look closely, you can still see remnants of the old Alburtis Avenue signs (Wikipedia).

Birthday April 21, 1917
Locale Corona
Tracks Local
ADA-Compliant
Free Crossover

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Riders' Tips ?

Alternative Transit Options

  • Take the Q23 bus to Forest Hills-71st Avenue where you can transfer to the E, F, M, or R Train. 

Survival Tips

  • For less crowding, move to the front of the train. The first two or three cars are significantly less crowded.

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Top Complaints ?

  • Facility Operation (such as broken machines, booth agents)
  • Overcrowding

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Future Plans

  • CBTC will be in service by third quarter, 2016 (delayed by 3 months).
  • Structural painting contracts will be awarded in 2017.
  • Station renewal under the MTA’s 2015-2019 Capital Program is scheduled for 2018.