At the Fordham Road station on the Concourse Line, MTA fixed all six open entrances; turns out they’re fixing more than that! (Not that I mind, of course!)
[Fig. 1] Newly fixed and repainted stairwell; this is the northernmost stair on the northbound platform.
[Fig. 2] The same stairwell from the mezzanine; note the new step plates and fresh paint!
[Fig. 3] Here’s another on the southbound platform where the local and express sides split; this is the “express” side.
[Fig. 4] The same stairwell from platform level.
[Fig. 5] The southbound “express” platform; note the freshly repainted columns and ceiling (the latter in a shade of white unlike those I’ve seen in similar repair jobs).
[Fig. 6] The southernmost stairwell on the northbound platform will receive the same love as the ones in the pix above!
[Fig. 7] A close-up of the same stairwell; note the preparatory work already done.
[Fig. 8] View of the stairwell from the mezzanine; note the new step plates on the floor waiting for installation.
[Fig. 9] Here’s the preceding stairwell, also from the mezzanine. Notice something different? (Here’s a hint!)