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Ask the Experts is a new public meeting format that is replacing the spring public workshop. The next workshop will be in the late summer/early fall. Ask the Experts is an informal session that gives attendees the opportunity to pose questions and raise issues directly to the subject matter experts, who in many cases can provide an answer right there.
To make the session more convenient, attendees can arrive and depart at any time from 6 to 8 p.m. In fact, we encourage those who would like to attend to arrive at a time past 6 p.m. to avoid the longest lines of the evening.
In addition to representatives staffing tables for each of the four station areas, Second Avenue Subway experts on the environment, the Good Neighbor Initiative, and Maintenance and Protection of Traffic will be on hand. Experts from city agencies including Health, Transportation, Sanitation, Environmental Protection, Police, Small Business Services, and the Business Integrity Commission also will staff tables to answer your Second Avenue Subway-related questions. Only Second Avenue Subway-related questions will be addressed at this event.
MTA Second Avenue Subway Ask the Experts session:
Date: Tuesday, May 14th, 2013
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Marymount Manhattan College, 221 E. 71st Street, Great Hall on the Ground Floor
Reservations are required. Capacity is limited to 200 people.
Photo ID is required for entry.
Please pass this on to your friends and neighbors living in the Second Avenue Subway construction corridor. We look forward to seeing you at Ask the Experts.
The Second Avenue Subway Team
When & Where
MTA Capital Construction
MTA Capital Construction is building transportation infrastructure that will transform the future of New York City.
- Phase 1 of the Second Avenue Subway, which will extend Q train service from 63rd Street to new subway stations along Second Avenue at 72nd St., 86th St., and 96th St.
- the East Side Access project, which will bring Long Island Rail Road service from Jamaica Station directly to Grand Central Terminal
- the No. 7 Extension which extends the No. 7 subway from Times Square to a new station at 34th Street and 11th Avenue
- the Fulton Center, a new transit and retail hub in Lower Manhattan
These public infrastructure projects will ultimately improve the quality of life for millions of commuters, residents, and workers and contribute to the long term economic health of the city.