World Trade Center (PATH station)
Here is another portion of the station to see. It was made by me somewhat defamiliarized. Temporary PATH access from the east, who from 2003 to 2007 operation. In the background, 7 World Trade Center
The World Trade Center station is a metro station of the regional metro Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) in New York City. It is located directly below the World Trade Center site in Manhattan, the point at which up to the terrorist attacks on 11 September 2001, the two towers of the World Trade Center stood and now a number of new skyscrapers were built.
Currently, however, is still at a transfer station, the so-called World Trade Center Transportation Hub, and built an underground passage to the neighboring complex of the World Financial Center. The system allows transfers between the PATH station and the New York City subway stations-Cortlandt Street (IRT Broadway - Seventh Avenue Line), Cortlandt Street (BMT Broadway Line) and World Trade Center. From Transportation Hub also One World Trade Center, Two World Trade Center, Three World Trade Center and Four World Trade Center will be directly accessible. The Transit Hall is the centerpiece of the new interchange.
It is under one designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava roof 45,000 square meters of retail stores accommodate.