World Trade Center subway stop finally opens after 9/11 attacks
Nearly two decades ago, when the Twin Towers fell, a heavily trafficked subway station was destroyed. The Cortlandt Street station was located right below the Twin Towers, so naturally it did not survive the attacks. Despite the fact that the area has been rebuilt for some time now, the subway stop has only just reopened. From the article: “The new station is fully accessible and is air-tempered to keep subway riders cooler on hot days, the MTA says. It also features a new piece of art, which incorporates text from the Declaration of Independence and the 1948 United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.”
Full story at CBS.
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