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South Ferry Terminal Project

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority and MTA Capital Construction have built a new South Ferry Terminal for the 9 located underneath Peter Minuit Plaza in Lower Manhattan, adjacent to Battery Park and the Staten Island Ferry Terminal.

The $530 million project corrects existing physical and operating deficiencies which limit train capacity and reduce subway reliability for millions of customers each year. The new station reduces customer travel times, provides additional station entrances with ADA accessibility, reduces noise as trains enter and leave the station, and offers a new free transfer between the subway line and the subway line and the R lines at Whitehall Street.

 

The New South Ferry Terminal Station is now open to the public

South Ferry Terminal Station South Ferry Terminal Station

South Ferry Terminal Station South Ferry Terminal Station


Subway Service Advisories
 
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Service on the 1 train 2 train 3 train 4 train 5 train subway lines is being periodically affected by construction work for the South Ferry Terminal and Fulton Street Transit center projects.

Read the Guide to Weekend Travel during Construction in Lower Manhattan for general information.

Check the NYCT Service Advisories page for current service changes

 

Project Description

South Ferry Terminal & Battery Park

Environmental and Regulatory Process

Project Archaeology

     

 


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