tremont

The Tremont Avenue station is an express station on the Concourse Line with two platforms and three tracks. It received a full-scale rehabilitation in 1999; hence, it is in better shape than most other Concourse Line stations. However, water damage has marred some of the wall tiles on each platform.

The station has two sets of entryways – one on Tremont Avenue/Grand Concourse and another on 179th Street/Grand Concourse. Closed stairwells at the center of each platform lead to the closed part of what was once a full-length mezzanine; the station’s rehabilitation resulted in a split mezzanine.

[Tremont Avenue Station Quick Facts]

Opened: July 1, 1933
Served by: B and D trains; B rush hours only
Neighborhood served: Tremont, The Bronx
Transit connections: Bx1, Bx2, Bx36, BxM4; connect to Bx40 and Bx42 service at Burnside Avenue
Type of district: Residential

[Ridership statistics, as of 2016]
Annual ridership: 3,213,396 (change from 2015: +1.8%; rank: 161/421)
Avg. weekday: 10,246 (change from 2015: +2.7%; rank: 158/421)
Avg. weekend (Sat+Sun): 10,921 (change from 2015: -2.6%; rank: 156/421)

[Historical ridership statistics, as of 2016]
Avg. annual ridership since opening: 3,371,086 (-0.1%)
Highest annual ridership since opening: 7,281,313 (1946)
Lowest annual ridership since opening: 1,464,237 (1992)

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[Last updated: 2017.07.08]

3 thoughts on “tremont

  1. There is not a single clock in the entire station, neither is there one at the Harlem Line Tremont station.

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    1. You know, I never really noticed that! Gonna pass by both stations and see for myself; definitely worth contacting MTA about if they’re still missing (not to mention the impending rush-hour D service cut).

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