The MTA New York City Transit has restored service to the World Trade Center Cortlandt Station, which will resume operations for the first time after it was Destroyed in the September 11 terrorist attacks.
The original station’s tracks and tunnels were destroyed when the World Trade Center Towers collapsed. The MTA began rebuilding the station in 2015, which is situated along the 1 train subway line. Several organizations, including the MTA and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey contributed to its new design.
The station will provide a key hub for the cities subway system, as it will be close to the World Trade Center Transportation Hub. The hub connects to 11 other subway lines, as well as the Port Authority Trans-Hudson service.