Category Archives: World Trade Center Rebuilding

The new WTC hub just got more useful for PATH commuters

The new World Trade Center transportation hub will better serve commuters starting May 26, 2016, when the underground connection to the subway lines officially opens, reports Larry Higgs in NJ Advance Media for NJ.com. The Dey Street connection to the subway system’s Fulton Street complex will open on the afternoon of May 26, allowing commuters to walk underground to  the 2, 3, 4, 5, […]

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WTC’s elevated Liberty Park readying for summer launch & Anne Frank sapling planted

Liberty Park, which will be an acre of plants, trees and benches overlooking the World Trade Center site, should open this summer, reports Irene Plagianos in DNA Info. A precise opening date has yet to be determined. A special feature of the park is the Anne Frank sapling. The tree, a horse chestnut descended from […]

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A changing Manhattan through four decades of World Trade Center photographs

Brian Rose has photographed the World Trade Center for 40 years. An interview he gave CityLab’s Mark Byrnes and some of his photos, which are being compiled into a new book, WTC, can be found here.

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