Bronx Metro-North Station Area Study

Illustrated map showing Co-op City, Morris Park, Parkchester Van/Nest and Hunts Point. Text reads “Welcome to our open house. Bronx Metro-North.”

Welcome to the Bronx Metro-North Study remote open house, a safe, socially distanced way to make your voice heard!

Since launching the Bronx Metro-North Study in 2018, the Department of City Planning has held a variety of public events to listen and learn about what’s important to you regarding new Metro North service planned for the East Bronx. The materials shared here are draft recommendations and a long-term vision that reflects what we have heard from the community and you over the last few years. This remote open house offers an opportunity for you to reaffirm or suggest changes to those draft recommendations.

New to the study? Click here for an overview.

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People seated and standing around a table with posters behind them.

While the COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives in many ways, it has also changed the way we must interact.  This remote open house is one tool that will allow us to continue to listen and plan to be ready for new Metro North service in the Bronx.

Welcome and we look forward to your continued feedback!

So choose your station area and jump on board!

Co-Op City
Coming Soon

Hunts Point
Coming Soon

Morris Park Parkchester/Van Nest

Remote Office Hours

Remote office hours provide a convenient time and place for members of the public to ask questions and offer ideas to the Department of City Planning, to help ensure the coming stations support the community’s current and future needs.

Talk one-on-one, or in a small group calling from the same device, for 15-minute bookings every Friday in July from 3 to 5 p.m.

How to reserve office hours:
Office hours can be reserved here. You can sign up for the remote meetings up to 30 days in advance.

What’s Next?

In the coming months, the study team will be hosting remote conversations to talk with you and your neighbors about the planning work.

Subscribe to our mailing list to receive updates on those sessions and the planning work.

How will my feedback be used?
All feedback gathered over the coming months will be used to guide the development of a final plan for the station areas, to be released later this year.