MTA Releases New Photos of Second Avenue Subway Line
Slowly but surely, the Second Avenue Subway is taking shape. Last week, the MTA released the latest batch of photos of the Second Avenue Subway project, showing the tunnel that will one day host the long-awaited train service. The pictures are pretty, to the extent images of heavy industry and construction can be.
MTA spokesman Kevin Ortiz tells the Village Voice that the project is still moving along at a nice clip. "As you can see, the project is on time and on schedule."
The line is slated to open in December 2016.
Click through for some of the pictures. For the complete set of photos from this and other projects across the system, visit the MTA Flickr.
See Also: Sandhogs Tunneling Under Second Avenue
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