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World Trade Center PATH station moving north


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World Trade Center PATH station moving north

The entrance to the World Trade Center's transit hub is moving north for the next few years.


The 50,000 daily commuters who use the temporary PATH hub will have to enter at Vesey Street near the 7 World Trade Center skyscraper, instead of around the corner on Church Street.


The Vesey Street entrance opens Monday night. The Church Street entrance will stay open until mid-April.


The old entrance is closing to accommodate ongoing construction of the $2 billion-plus transit hub, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. The design is expected to be completed by 2011.


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