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2nd Avenue Subway Is Open For REAL Now

Hard to believe it, but the fabeled 2nd Avenue Subway is NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS!!!

Riders on Tuesday, the first full day of Second Ave. subway service after the New Year’s holiday, said they were relieved to finally ditch the congested Lexington Ave. 498 more words


MTA Chairman Prendergast To Retire Early This Year

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Tom Prendergast will retire during the early part of this year.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that Prendergast will end his run with the MTA of more than 25 years. 124 more words


FINALLY! The Second Avenue Subway is HERE!

Picture above: 72ndStreet: Vik Muniz, Perfect Strangers. Glass mosaic and laminated glass, fabricated by Franz Mayer of Munich.

New York City’s Second Avenue Subway is an Underground Wonderland… 379 more words


Second Ave Subway's ceremonial first ride will be a New Year's party for city officials

While the rest of us will be spending our New Year’s Eve elsewhere, Governor Andrew Cuomo is planning on spending his on the inaugural New Year’s Eve ride for the long-awaited Second Avenue Subway line, reports Gothamist. 182 more words


2nd Avenue Subway Moving Right Along!!

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been pushing the end-of-the-year deadline set by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority hard in recent days, saying it’s become about more than the long-delayed Second Avenue subway — it’s about the faith people have in government. 233 more words


Second Avenue Subway Will Roll January First; Where Will Gov. Cuomo Shoot At Next?

Governor Cuomo was throwing his weight around. Put another way: There better not be any screwups under his watch because a new age of public construction had dawned in New York State. 200 more words


Now Governor Andrew Cuomo Says 2nd Avenue Subway Will Meet Deadline

Everybody but everybody is getting into the act on “will the 2nd Avenue Subway open on time”.

Just a few days we reported on the many “nay sayers” regarding opening: … 378 more words