Subway station flooded by Sandy will be closed for 2 years

Repairs to the South Ferry subway station will now take two years — twice the time originally thought.

According to the MTA, the cost will be $600 million.

The South Ferry station, which was deluged during Hurricane Sandy, is a main conduit to the Staten Island and Liberty Island ferries.


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