MTA Capital Construction has begun construction work on the Fulton Center in December 2004. As each segment of work is completed, customer benefits are being delivered to the public. The following benefits have already been rolled out:
Station Mezzanine Connection to Southbound Platform at Fulton Street Reopened (August 2012).
Please read the MTA Press Release for details.
The new entrance provides customers with improved access to the lines and will ease congestion between the Fulton Street and stations. Please read the MTA Press Release for details.
The northbound side of the Cortlandt Street subway station reopened for customer service on November 25, 2009. Please read the MTA Press Release for details.
Restoration of the southbound side of the Cortlandt Street subway station was completed in September, 2011.
Cortlandt Street has been reopened to vehicular and pedestrian traffic in this vicinity.
New entrances, including stairways and fare control areas have opened at Maiden Lane and Broadway (for thenorthbound platform) and at Cortlandt Street and Broadway (for the southbound platform)
Cortlandt Street has been reopened to traffic between Church Street and Broadway.
• The heavy civil work portion of the construction of the Dey Street passageway has been completed in November 2008. This below-ground connector will link the Fulton Center with the World Trade Center site.
• Vehicular and pedestrian traffic on Dey Street has been fully restored.
• Finishes work for the passageway is scheduled to commence in 2010. An architect’s rendering of the finished passageway is shown at right.
• Deconstruction of buildings on the east side of Broadway between Fulton and John Streets has been completed.
• Two moving vehicular traffic lanes on Broadway are being maintained.
Construction of the foundations for the Transit Center building started in December 2008. This work includes construction of the to Transit Center connector, connection to the Station platform and an underpass beneath 144 Fulton Street.
Service on Lower Manhattan trains is being periodically affected by construction work for the Fulton Street Transit Center project.
Read the Guide to Weekend Travel during Construction in Lower Manhattan for general information.
Check the NYCT Service Advisories page for all current service changes.