[80], The approximately 1,200-foot-long (370 m) station, designed by Dattner Architects,[17][18][81] has a single wide island platform serving two tracks, as well as eight staircases between the lower mezzanine and the platform. 34th Street & Market Street This station is served by: Market-Frankford Line Fare zone: Base Transit Fare. [46] However, just a month later, the MTA stated that it was unable to open the subway extension for service until April to July 2015, due to the failure to get the inclined elevators to work properly. This station complex has a long mezzanine above the platforms. The nearest transfer location is at Times Square–42nd Street with a free transfer to 42nd Street–Port Authority Bus Terminal. This page was last edited on 29 November 2020, at 20:12. As part of this and the northern IRT Lexington Avenue Line extension, the IRT network would be radically changed from an S-shaped line connecting the eastern side of Lower Manhattan to the Upper West Side to an H-shaped network with two parallel lines, the East and West Side Lines, and a shuttle at 42nd Street connecting them. [38] The elevators are relatively slow[109] in order to discourage unnecessary use by non-disabled riders. Under this plan, the secondary exit would have been relocated to the north side of 34th Street west of Hudson Boulevard. [25], On December 20, 2013, Bloomberg took a ceremonial ride on a train to the nearly-complete station, celebrating a part of his legacy as mayor, during a press tour of the extension. [85][note 3], The station contains a total of 16 escalators: nine between the upper and lower mezzanine levels, and seven between the street and upper mezzanine levels. [3] The inclined elevators were less expensive than vertically-traveling elevators,[38] and were installed within the large escalator shaft at 34th Street. Yonkers, NY. [19] There are also two diamond crossovers, one north and one south of the station. The Penn Station-34th Street Long Island Railroad concourse in New York on Thursday, April 30, 2020. [72] The MTA board called these issues "unacceptable" and the contractor responsible for waterproofing the station spent $3 million to fix them. [43][44], At this point, the project was so far delayed that the MTA was offered US$4.75 million in "incentive" money if the station opened by February 24, 2015. The exact opening date at this time was unclear. Ridership at the station increased in 2016 with 2,691,851 riders, making it the 189th busiest station in the city. [83] The elevator is located south of 34th Street in Hudson Park, while the escalator entrance is located further east, closer to the boulevard. [6][7], On August 23, 1985, the MTA awarded a $2.24 million contract to rebuild the station and to double the width of the passageway to Penn Station. 34th Street–Hudson Yards is a New York City Subway station in Manhattan's West Side on the IRT Flushing Line, and is the western (railroad south) terminus for the 7 local and <7> express services. 4996. The curved, cavernous ceiling of the lower mezzanine helps the station be energy-efficient via the use of indirect lighting. Description of Route Broadway-59th Street Subway. The station directly serves the Hudson Yards mega-development above it, and is located within the greater Hudson Yards neighborhood. [122][92] Originally, the station was projected to serve 27,000 passengers per day, or about 9.855 million passengers per year, when it first opened. 34th Street–Penn Station is a station on the IRT Broadway-Seventh Avenue Line of the New York City Subway.Located at the intersection of 34th Street and Seventh Avenue, it is served by the 1 and 2 trains at all times, and the 3 train at all times except late nights. 34th Street–Hudson Yards is a New York City Subway station in Manhattan's West Side on the IRT Flushing Line, and is the western (railroad south) terminus for the 7 local and <7> express services. The northern shaft carries four escalators, while the southern shaft carries one up-only escalator and the two incline elevators. There are 6 ways to get from 34th Street–Herald Square Station to Central Park by subway, bus, taxi, towncar or foot. [18], In the preliminary plans, there was to be an entrance inside the 3 Hudson Boulevard building, near where the secondary station building is located. NYC - 34th Street - Penn Station subway station 34th Street–Penn Station is a station on the IND Eighth Avenue Line, located at the intersection of 34th Street and Eighth Avenue, and adjacent to Pennsylvania Station. Although the screens originally only displayed which track the next train would depart from,[3][86] the screens were expected to start displaying countdown clocks when communications-based train control is implemented on the Flushing Line in 2018. [139] A construction boom has occurred in the greater Hudson Yards area as well. ", "The Deepest and Highest Subway Stations in NYC: 191st St, 190th Street, Smith & 9th", "Mayor Bloomberg, MTA Officials, and local leaders take first ride on 7 Subway Train Extension", "New NY subway station links to booming West Side", "For a Mayor on His Way Out, a Subway Station on Its Way In", "What's Missing From the No. [82] The platform itself is 35 feet (11 m) wide,[82][83] which makes it much wider than many other island platforms in the subway system; by comparison, the Chambers Street station in Lower Manhattan has platforms that are 18.5 feet (5.6 m) wide,[84] and the Second Avenue Subway stations are 27.8 feet (8.5 m) wide. 7 subway extension", "Hudson Yards subway extension delayed again", "7 subway line extension delayed yet again, eyes summer opening", "NYC subway extension may transform Manhattan neighborhood", "More Delays for No. 34th Street – Hudson Yards (IRT Flushing Line), 34th Street–Hudson Yards (IRT Flushing Line), New York City bid for the 2012 Summer Olympics, Rudin Center for Transportation Policy & Management, "MTA's 469th Station is First Addition to Subway System in 26 Years", "Facts and Figures: Annual Subway Ridership 2014–2019", "Olympic Bid Hurt as New York Fails in West Side Stadium Quest", "New York Comes in a Disappointing Fourth Place", "NYC Mayor Outlines Long-Term Growth Plan", "City Raises $2 Billion in Bonds For No. [45] On November 17, it was confirmed that February 24 would be the opening date for the station; new signs and the southern entrance's canopy started to be erected. The station contains two entrances along Hudson Boulevard: a primary entrance south of 34th Street, and a secondary entrance south of 35th Street. [3], The station's extreme depth necessitates an upper (fare) mezzanine and a lower (passenger) mezzanine at both entrances. 34th Street–Penn Station is an express station on the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line of the New York City Subway. [19], As part of the MTA's "Arts for Transit" program, three mosaics by Xenobia Bailey, which total approximately 2,788 square feet (259.0 m2), were installed in three locations within the station. 7 Line Continues to Progress", "Work to Begin Under Last Major Contract Needed to Extend the 7", "NYCT's No. [92] In late October 2015, AM New York found that the average daily ridership was even lower, at only 5,900 passengers per day, except for during the 2015 New York Comic Con on October 8–11, when average daily ridership reached 18,300 daily riders. 7 Line Extension", "Readers Write: LI competing for transportation dollars", "Transit Board Approves Funding For 7 Line Extension", "Former Mayor Bloomberg and Governor Spitzer Announce Start of Construction on No. 7 Line Face Delays", "No. 34th Street Subway Station. The MTA contracted Cubic to manufacture turnstiles specifically for the Hudson Yards station because the MTA's reserve of spare turnstiles had been entirely destroyed during Hurricane Sandy in 2012. [138][139] Interest in the surrounding area has also grown, as many development companies are going to Hudson Yards to buy air rights; for instance Related Companies, already the developer of Hudson Yards, entered a contract to buy a $75 million-plus parcel of land between 35th and 36th Streets and between Eleventh Avenue and Hudson Boulevard, as well as land over a McDonald's to build 50 Hudson Yards. [81] The station has also been compared to stations along London's Jubilee Line Extension,[81] and in fact, the station's architecture was inspired by that of the Canary Wharf tube station on that extension. ", "New York's Newest Subway Station: a Gateway to Dubai-on-the-Hudson", "With a shortage of turnstiles, the MTA went back to a mothballed design", "Mayor Bloomberg joins MTA officials and local leaders for the first ride on the 7 Train extension", "Who Installs the New Mosaics in New York's Subways? [41] The two elevators were manufactured by Maspero Elevatori, in Appiano Gentile, Italy, using a controller made on Long Island, speed governors made in Ohio, and buttons and other parts in Queens. 34th Street - Penn Station, Manhattan 34th Street–Penn Station is an express station on the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line of the New York City Subway. [41], The tracks of this station continue south of the station, down to 25th Street, to allow trains to be stored south of the station during off-peak hours. [83][81] The Empire Connection and North River Tunnels are both located above the station's lower mezzanine. In April 2014, the first of two 172-foot-long (52 m)[41] incline elevators was installed in the station. Zoom the map and click on points for more details. [113] Another section of the artwork was installed at the second entrance. 34th Street–Penn Station is an express station on the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line of the New York City Subway.Located at the intersection of 34th Street and Seventh Avenue, it is served by the 1 and 2 trains at all times, and the 3 train at all times except late nights. Above the lower mezzanine is a curved, oval-shaped ceiling indentation that helps to cover the ventilation tubes in the station ceiling, and also acts as a skylight. The elevators to this level are at the north end of the mezzanine. [47][49][50] In addition, the developer of the Hudson Yards mega-development, The Related Companies, also needed to dig caissons for the foundations of 55 Hudson Yards, just above the subway station, and the foundation work needed to be complete before the MTA could proceed with opening the station. 34th St Herald Square Station Explained How To Get Korean. [121], The station was expected to be very heavily used, due to its location as "the only subway line serving the area west of Ninth Avenue below 59th Street", as well as its status as the main subway station for the Hudson Yards area[3] and the closest station to the busy Javits Center. [41] The software for the elevator was written in the United States. For the IND Eighth Avenue Line station, see, Elevator on south side of 34th Street west of Seventh Avenue at LIRR entrance, 34th Street – Penn Station (IRT Broadway – Seventh Avenue Line), 34th Street–Penn Station (Eighth Avenue), 42nd Street–Port Authority Bus Terminal, "NYC Subway Wireless – Active Stations", "Facts and Figures: Annual Subway Ridership 2014–2019", "Open new subway lines to traffic; called a triumph", "Enhanced Station Initiative: CCM Pre-Proposal Conference", "Controversial cosmetic subway improvement plan falters", "MTA Shelves Plan to Modernize Subway Stations Amid Criticism", "MTA Neighborhood Maps: Pennsylvania Station / Times Square", IRT West Side Line: 34th Street/Penn Station, When the Animals Speak Artwork by Elizabeth Grajales (1998), A Bird's Life Artwork by Elizabeth Grajales (1997), 34th Street entrance from Google Maps Street View, 33rd Street entrance from Google Maps Street View, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=34th_Street–Penn_Station_(IRT_Broadway–Seventh_Avenue_Line)&oldid=991648950, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Stops all times except weekday late nights, Connector between platforms, connection to. [10], For then-Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the extension was still a priority. [65] Earlier that day, the New York Post reported on signal problems in the brand-new tunnels around the station,[66] while riders complained about the delays on Twitter and Reddit. Select an option below to see step-by-step directions and to compare ticket prices and travel times in Rome2rio's travel planner. [76] The model was open to the public from November 30 to December 6, 2017. The tentative opening date was given by alternate sources as either November 2014, The depth is so that there is minimal disruption to the structures above the station, such as the. [76], A secondary station entrance at the southwest corner of 35th Street and Hudson Boulevard opened on September 1, 2018, nearly three years after the station's opening. [10] However, the MTA Board temporarily deferred the vote for these packages after city representatives refused to vote to award the contracts. In response to the City Planning Commission's 1993 proposal to improve access to the Manhattan Central Business District,[6] the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) began exploring the possibility of an extension of the IRT Flushing Line to New Jersey. [17][18] After excavating the new terminal's shell and creating the first 1,000 feet (300 m) of tunnel using the drill-and-blast method, S3 placed two tunnel-boring machines (TBMs) in the ground to dig the remaining 6,000 feet (1,800 m); as it dug, each TBM placed precast concrete liner segments to create the tunnel interior. [4] 2019 saw a near doubling to over six million riders, making it the 69th busiest station. [3] One mosaic is located in an oval-shaped recession in the ceiling of the upper mezzanine at 34th Streets. [93] The 55 Hudson Yards skyscraper, whose structure is partially atop the ventilation tower, started construction in January 2015,[94] and pictures in May 2016 showed that the skyscraper had so far been constructed to the height of the ventilation tower. An … 600 x 900 jpeg 168kB. [6] This meant that the subway would be expanded down the Lower West Side to neighborhoods such as Greenwich Village and the western portion of the Financial District. It has two tracks and one island platform, with two levels of mezzanines: one directly above the platform and the other directly below street level. Enjoy the video! [82] The secondary entrance contains an additional three escalators and a stair between the street and that entrance's upper mezzanine. [79] The lowermost escalators between the mezzanines are the system's longest and take about one minute and thirty seconds to traverse. Did some railfanning at 34th Street - Penn Station on the (1) (2) and (3) Trains for this Friday. Note: Service variations, station closures, and reroutes are not reflected here. [11][12] The contract was put back for a vote in February, where it was ultimately approved. MTA Subway - 34th St/Penn Station (1/2/3) Given the COVID-19 pandemic, call ahead to verify hours, and remember to practice social distancing 19 Tips and reviews [88] The high projected ridership is despite the fact that it was once described as a station on an "extension to nowhere", given the relative sparseness of the area in 2007.[125]. 33rd Street: There are three direct entrances from the street at 33rd Street and Seventh Avenue. 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[33] That same month, the station's opening was delayed to June 2014 for completion of the station's fitting-out. [86][111] The artworks, titled Funktional Vibrations,[18][3][81] are based on some of Bailey's crocheting patterns. [41] Officials had insisted that the Italian-manufactured elevators had software and parts made from a variety of different companies in America, rather than from a single foreign company. When London was chosen for the Olympics, the opening date was pushed to December 2013; the Tenth Avenue station was dropped from construction plans soon after. [114] The station, which is 125 feet (38 m) below street level, and 108 feet (33 m) below sea level in total, is the third deepest subway station in the entire system, behind 190th Street and 191st Street stations;[115] as a result, nine escalators were installed at the station. [82] An additional upper mezzanine at 35th Street is located at the same depth, but is not connected to the 34th Street mezzanine. Past the turnstiles, a single bank of four escalators leads to the lower mezzanine. Unlike other stations that were renovated under the initiative, 34th Street–Penn Station was not completely closed during construction. It is served by the 7 train . Without the extension, this new development would not have been possible. [82], The walls adjacent to the tracks have white tiles arranged in sets of three 15-foot (4.6 m) columns of 3 tiles each. February 20, 2009. Although the West Side Stadium plan was rejected by city and state planning agencies, the 7 Subway Extension plan received approval to move ahead, as New York political leaders wanted to see the warehouse district west of Eighth Avenue and north of 34th Street redeveloped as part of the Hudson Yards Redevelopment, and subway service was to be an essential part of that effort. Three staircases and two elevators lead to each of the two Broadway line platforms. [40], Then, in May 2014, the opening was delayed again to install the inclined elevators, as they had originally failed a factory test in Como Province, Italy. [12] The one-station extension to the burgeoning Hudson Yards area was originally to cost US$2.1 billion, but eventually grew to US$2.4 billion, excluding a US$500 million intermediate station at 10th Avenue that was canceled due to costs. [19][26][103] The station is built to handle an even higher capacity of 40,000 passengers per hour during peak times and events at the Javits Center. [138][139] Most importantly, however, the $750 million platform supporting much of Hudson Yards was built starting in January 2013; subway construction for a station that could potentially carry up to 27,000 daily passengers necessitated the construction of more buildings, as 70% of tenants are expected to come to Hudson Yards via the 7 subway extension. While the main entrance's escalator shaft to the lower mezzanine is column-free, the secondary entrance's corresponding escalator shaft contains supporting columns in the center, between the inner two escalators. [81] A tiling pattern, similar to that used on platform level, is also used on the lower mezzanine, though electronic advertisement panels are mounted on the walls at certain areas along the lower mezzanine. [99] Another plan called for an entrance at the southwest corner of Eleventh Avenue and 36th Street to serve the Javits Center directly. It was reported that only 7,000 daily riders entered the station between September 13–22, 2015,[126] drastically below the MTA's projected ridership of 32,000 passengers upon the station's opening. [61][19] The secondary station entrance at 35th Street, as well as finishing touches within the station itself, was not expected to be completed until 2016. Escalators and tunnel ventilation systems also caused the station to be delayed. [70], In March 2016, news sources reported that despite the station's high cost, the station had maintenance problems: there were leaks in the ceiling of the corridors holding the escalators, the station's bathrooms were closed because of flooding from the street, and icicles had formed on the ceiling of the station. [101][102][82] Originally, the new station was also planned to feature platform screen doors. [16], 34th Street–Penn Station on the Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line is continually ranked as one of the busiest stations in the subway system. This was attributed to incompleteness of developments in the area, as well as an unopened entrance to the High Line park,[127] which is nearby. In 2011, the opening was postponed to June 2014, pending the completion of the escalators and elevators in the station. [41] The MTA said the manufacturer chose to use American subcontractors in place of local Italian suppliers after reading the specifications the transit agency submitted. 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