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After years of delays, new Grand Central annex opens

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For decades, work on a massive transportation project has been grinding 15 stories below the shuffling footsteps of millions of New Yorkers and beneath the East Hudson River and Manhattan skyscrapers. After years of delays and massive cost overruns, one of the world's most expensive railway projects on Wednesday began shuttling its first passengers between Long Island to a new annex to New York City's iconic Grand Central Terminal. The new transit center, dubbed Grand Central Madison because of its location along Madison Avenue, is being heralded as an important addition to the nation's busiest railway network, where millions of commuters each day pack trains, slide through subway turnstiles and jostle hurriedly across railway platforms.


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