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Design for Fulton Street subway station

Grimshaw has revealed the latest images of its design for Fulton Street subway station in New York. The new streamlined transport hub will bring together six existing stations and become a key focal point of the regeneration of Lower Manhattan.

Handling more than 275,000 passengers a day, the 34,000m 2 interchange will increase the station's capacity to 12 subway lines and will link up with Santiago Calatrava's World Trade Center transportation hub. The central feature of the £270 million project is a 34m-high asymmetric dome, which will rise above the glazed entrance and pavilion.

Work is expected to start on site early next year.

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