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Announce Start of Construction on #7 Subway Extension
 
Mayor Bloomberg and Governor Spitzer announce the start of construction for the extension of the #7 subway line on Manhattan’s Far West Side, from its current  terminus at Times Square and Seventh Avenue, westward under 41st Street to Eleventh Avenue, and south under Eleventh Avenue to a new station at 34th Street.  The $2.1 billion project will foster transit oriented development in one of Manhattan’s most underserved and underdeveloped areas, and will be a catalyst for realizing the Hudson Yards project.  

Mayor Bloomberg and Governor Spitzer announce the start of construction for the extension of the #7 subway line on Manhattan’s Far West Side, from its current  terminus at Times Square and Seventh Avenue, westward under 41st Street to Eleventh Avenue, and south under Eleventh Avenue to a new station at 34th Street.  The $2.1 billion project will foster transit oriented development in one of Manhattan’s most underserved and underdeveloped areas, and will be a catalyst for realizing the Hudson Yards project.
Mayor Bloomberg and Governor Spitzer announce the start of construction for the extension of the #7 subway line on Manhattan’s Far West Side, from its current  terminus at Times Square and Seventh Avenue, westward under 41st Street to Eleventh Avenue, and south under Eleventh Avenue to a new station at 34th Street.  The $2.1 billion project will foster transit oriented development in one of Manhattan’s most underserved and underdeveloped areas, and will be a catalyst for realizing the Hudson Yards project.
Mayor Bloomberg and Governor Spitzer announce the start of construction for the extension of the #7 subway line on Manhattan’s Far West Side, from its current  terminus at Times Square and Seventh Avenue, westward under 41st Street to Eleventh Avenue, and south under Eleventh Avenue to a new station at 34th Street.  The $2.1 billion project will foster transit oriented development in one of Manhattan’s most underserved and underdeveloped areas, and will be a catalyst for realizing the Hudson Yards project.
 

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