The Second Avenue subway plans to open up the initial stages of the line on December 31st of 2016. Although construction crews did not finish all of its installations so far, the MTA believes the Second Avenue Subway will be up and running by the end of this year. The first phase of the Second Avenue cost $4.4 billion to construct.
The long awaited new subway line will clear up congestion on some of the most crowded subways in the city. The projected line goes from downtown at Hanover Square all the way up to 125th street. Also, the Q will be expanded as part of the Second Avenue Subway This is a major step towards improving the crumbling transportation infrastructure and better ensuring more New Yorkers access to the subway.
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