Created by Michael
ABOUT THE SAS
A dream for decades, the SAS is currently being
built to relieve overcrowding on the Lexington
The SAS project will include a two-track line
along second avenue from 125th street to the
financial district in lower Manhattan.
The line will be built in four phases and contain
two subway services: an extension of the
existing Q subway line and the new T line.
Phase 1 will be an extension of
the Q across 63rd street and
north along second avenue to
the upper east side at 96th
Phase 2 will be another
extension of the Q to 125th
street from 96th street.
Phase 3 will be from 63rd street
to Houston street which will
introduce the new T line.
Phase 4 will be from Houston
street to Hanover square
which completes the line.
PAST OF THE SAS
FUTURE OF THE SAS
“Second Avenue Subway.” MTA.info. MTA, 26 Jan. 2010.
Web. 26 Jan. 2010. http://www.mta.info/capconstr/sas/
Second Ave Subway Map. 2006. Built Environment Blog.
Web. 25 Jan. 2010.
Kabak, Benjamin. Taking a Nostalgic holiday ride back in
time. 2007. 2nd Ave. Sagas. Web. 25 Jan. 2010.
Visually impaired riders inspect South Ferry station’s ADA
signage. 2009. PCAC. Web. 25 Jan. 2010.