South Ferry Subway Station Update

It’s been almost two months since the New York City MTA reopened the old South Ferry Loop subway station, and customers are very delighted to see the vital transit link restored. During the past several weeks, I’ve watched at least two dozen YouTube videos (some from die-hard transit fans) of the station in action; from the trains screeching around the looped platform, to the gap fillers expanding and contracting. As I mentioned in a previous post, the 100+ year old station reopened to passengers on April 4, 2013, following the destruction of the newer replacement station that was due to SuperStorm Sandy. In this post, I will highlight some of the things that I’ve observed through news reports, other blog postings, and yes…those YouTube videos.

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