Years after it was closed for what was supposed to be a six-month project, the Cortlandt Street subway station is partially reopening Nov. 25, local media report. Northbound R and W trains will resume service beginning around 3 p.m. that day. Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jay Walder and other elected officials will be on hand for the station's opening.
Service was halted in 2005, so work could be done
on an underpass connecting the Fulton Street Transit Hub with the World Trade
Center PATH station. The station was originally supposed to reopen in 2006.