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Transportation Watch

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Good news, straphangers! The MTA announced plans to reopen the old South Ferry station during the first week of April. The new $500 million station got hammered during Hurricane Sandy and will take several years to repair, but in the interim, riders will be able to catch the 1 train on the old platforms. Bringing the disused startion back will cost about $2 million, but it will improve the commutes of 10,000 riders every day. [NYND; previously]