Why New York’s new Second Avenue subway changes nothing
|12/28/2016||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
New York’s long-awaited, long-overdue Second Avenue Subway line will officially open to the public on the first day of 2017 — nearly 100 years after it was first discussed.
Even before the turn of the century, the need for an additional subway line east of Lexington Avenue on the Upper East Side was imperative.
I know because I lived on E. 87th Street, a block and half from the East River, for several years and often struggled with the overburdened 4-5-6 trains, passengers waiting six deep on the platforms.
The new line will be constructed in three phases, eventually running from 125th St. read more >>>