The South Ferry subway station reopened on Tuesday after being heavily damaged during Superstorm Sandy.
The station was relatively new when it was flooded by millions of gallons of water during the storm in 2012. The station has been closed for nearly five years as $340 million in repairs were made.
In the meantime, the MTA brought back an old station at South Ferry. However, that station could only accommodate five subway cars, meaning riders had to walk to the front of the train in order to get off.
The new South Ferry subway station originally opened in 2009.
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