A massive new commuter rail project under New York City’s Grand Central Terminal — one of the nation’s largest transportation upgrades — is slowly rolling forward, including a tunnel costing $1 million per foot, the chief engineer said Wednesday.
Read: Tunnel to Grand Central Rolling Along at $1M Per Foot
Once completed, the terminal will cover five city blocks and reach 14 stories deep underneath Grand Central and allow Long Island Rail Road passengers to get off on Manhattan’s east side. For now, they must travel all the way to Penn Station on the west side.
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