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Second avenue subway

Governor Kathy Hochul said this means the project is in the "home stretch" towards construction.
The second phase would include subway stops at 106th Street, 116th Street and 125th Street.
Riders say they were trapped for upwards of 80 (!) minutes on an an 'unbearably hot' elevator at the 72nd St. Q train station, beginning at 9 a.m.
Who needs a fire alarm system considering that there's never been a track fire?
While none of the safety defects were major, the Second Avenue line's fire alarm system was still being tested when the subway opened on January 1st.
But usage on the Second Avenue Subway is still below the 200,000 daily riders MTA officials predicted.
The Second Avenue Subway is changing lives. Here's how.
Here's your guide to eating and drinking off the city's newest subway stops.
After a century of planning, a decade of construction, and over $4 billion in funding, the first phase of the Second Avenue Subway is finally here.
Yes, there were delays.
I said to my family, "You know how about this for an idea. We have a New Year's Eve party in the new subway station?"
Stations will open at 11:45 a.m. on New Year's Day.
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