The new 96th Street stop on the Second Avenue line.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office

When theSecond Avenue subwayopenedon the first of the year, it changed the lives of manycommuters, namelythose living in Yorkvilleon the Upper East Side who had long walks to the 4/5/6 trains and then faced their notoriously tight cars and frequent delays. But those New Yorkers who still rely on the Lexington Avenue line have also gotten some relief.

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