Service on the Rockaways line of the A train will finally resume at the end of this month, MTA officials announced Thursday.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that after Sandy hit, the MTA had to rebuild 1,500 feet of washed-out tracks, replace signals and wires, and rehabilitate two stations that had been flooded during the storm.
“The MTA did a remarkable job of restoring service following the storm and, at the end of this month, the A line in the Rockaways will be up and running,” he said.
Workers also installed a steel wall along two miles of Jamaica Bay to protect against future washouts, Cuomo said.
The MTA also announced they will solicit engineers and project managers to join a new division to plan for protecting stations against future floods.
The toll of the hurricane on the MTA was about $4.8 billion in damage, officials said.