New York exhibit focuses on advances in infrastructure

03/17/2009 |

A new exhibit in New York showcases eight ongoing projects described as "New York's greatest infrastructure advancements in generations." Observers note that the eight projects are moving ahead, despite the economic downturn. They include the first of four phases of a new subway line that will run from Harlem to Lower Manhattan, the Fulton Street Transit Center, the Croton Water Filtration Plant in the Bronx and an extension of the No. 7 subway line. The exhibit is on display through July 5 at the Science, Industry and Business Library at the New York Public Library and at the Grand Central Terminal gallery annex of the New York Transit Museum.

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