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George Washington Bridge Bus Station reopens, 2 years behind schedule

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NEW YORK — The renovated George Washington Bridge Bus Station has opened.

Passengers on Tuesday will find an air-conditioned and heated waiting area, seating for up to 125 customers and gates that comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act.

The project was nearly two years behind schedule and $17 million over budget.

The tunnel between the bus terminal and the New York City Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s A Line station at 175th Street will reopen at a later date.