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Ninety years after it's initial proposal, almost ten years after breaking ground, and $4.5 billion dollars later, the Second Avenue Subway finally opens in New York City. For the first time, residents along 2nd Avenue in Manhattan's Upper East Side will have direct access to a Subway line, taking them along Broadway and directly to Coney Island.

The Phase 1 completion (the first major extension to the MTA subway system in over 50 years) extends the Q train to Lexington Avenue - 63rd St., 72nd St, 86th St, and terminates at 96th st. These stops provide much needed support for the 4/5/6 trains on the Lexington Avenue line, the most overcrowded subway in America.
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