Seven key stations on Brooklyn’s Brighton Line, originally built in the early 1900s, were reconstructed and in some cases expanded to accommodate modern programmatic needs, to improve circulation, and to better serve the surrounding communities. Construction was completed while the stations were in operation. The improvements include platform reconstruction and canopy replacement; new interior and exterior finishes and window replacements; systems upgrades; and ADA compliance. Each existing control house had similar programmatic requirements while each specific site conditions required a unique solution. Site specific MTA Arts for Transit mosaic artwork is incorporated into each station.