The 28th Street 6 station will close for repairs on July 16 for 6 months
Thursday, June 28, 2018
From the MTA's Press release of June 15, 2018
[T]he station...will be closed for less than six months. [M]ore than 24,000 passengers use the 28th Street 6 station.
Beyond repairing deterioration...station entrances will be enhanced with digital signage providing real-time information, countdown clocks, new railings or canopies, and brighter, more energy-efficient lighting. Turnstile areas will be upgraded with glass barriers, security cameras, new information centers and digital dashboards. Platforms will get new platform edge warning strips, accessible boarding areas, new seating furniture, digital dashboards with wayfinding information and new countdown clocks...
For alternate service to and from 28th Street 6 during the closure beginning July 16, customers can use nearby stations at 33rd Street 6, 23rd Street 6 or 28th Street R or W station.