The New York Daily News reports:
Coming soon to East Harlem: A subway more than 60 years in the making. The $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill to be signed by President Biden on Monday is poised to unlock billions for mass transit projects in New York — and MTA leaders are eager for money to jumpstart construction on an extension of the Second Ave. subway to E. 125th St.
The $5.7 billion project would extend the Q line from its current E. 96th St. and Second Ave. terminus to E. 125th St. and Lexington Ave., where it would connect to the Metro-North Railroad and with the Nos. 4, 5, and 6 lines. On Second Ave., the line would have two new stops at E. 106th St. and E. 116th St.
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MTA officials are eager for a slice of Biden’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, which would allow the agency to go forward with the Second Ave. subway expansion. https://t.co/b0CpS660wa
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) November 14, 2021