New York City MTA

First new NYC subway station in more than two decades opens

There's a light at the end of the tunnel — and it's a subway train, finally pulling into New York City's first new station in more than two decades. Almost two years after its initial promised opening date, a subway stop at 34th Street and 11th Avenue is ready for business, adding a new transit option to a part of the city experiencing a construction boom and drawing new visitors to the High Line, the repurposed elevated railway that is now a popular park. The station on Manhattan's far west side extends the No. 7 train 1 1 / 2miles past its current last stop in Times Square, and it's the first station added to the system since 1989. Service is scheduled to...