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Hours and Directions

Hours

Monday: 10AM - 6PM
Tuesday: 11AM - 7PM
Wednesday: 10AM - 6PM
Thursday: 11AM - 7PM
Friday: 10AM - 6PM
Saturday: 11AM - 3PM*
Sunday: Closed
Closed most public holidays

*Open the second Saturday of every month.

Contact Number:

646-449-8700

Directions:

By Train:

4 Subway Line 5 Subway Line 6 Subway Line to 86 Street at Lexington Av
Q Subway Line to 86 Street at Second Av

By Bus:

M15, M86, M98, M101, M102, M103

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Since opening in May 2015 the Second Avenue Subway CIC has welcomed nearly 25,000 visitors—including 3,000 students—and held a total of 170 presentations and events to educate the public about the new subway line.

Second Avenue Subway Community Information Center

The MTACC Second Avenue Subway Community Information Center (CIC) at 1628 Second Avenue (between 84th & 85th Streets) is a first-of-its-kind facility, offering rotating exhibits and programming about the history and construction of the Second Avenue Subway. The center serves as a one-stop shop where Second Avenue residents, businesses, stakeholders and the general public can ask questions, learn more about the Second Avenue Subway construction project, and bring issues of concern to the project staff.

Come experience the CIC's interactive and wall exhibits featuring maps, photographs, and video footage about the history, engineering, design, and construction of Phase 1 of the Second Avenue Subway; Drive the route from 96th Street to Lexington Av/63rd St with our Second Avenue Subway simulator kiosk; or just stop in to get your questions answered.

Second Avenue Subway: Phase 2 and Beyond Exhibit at the CIC

MTACC unveiled its latest exhibit entitled Second Avenue Subway: Phase 2 and Beyond on June 30th. The new exhibit gives an in-depth look in to the next phase of the Second Avenue Subway, which is currently in the RFP (Request for Proposals) stage. Highlighting the history, the construction process, and the connectivity to the existing system, this exhibit illustrates how important Phase 2 is, not only for Manhattan, but for the entire NYC Metropolitan area.

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