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115-kV Transmission Line 115-kV Transmission Line
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Asian Development Bank and Cambodia Power Transmission LinesPower/Energy, Transmission & Distribution
14th Street Corridor - The Ambassador 14th Street Corridor - The Ambassador
Denver, Colorado, United States
City and County of Denver, Downtown Denver PartnershipVisualization, Design Visualization
50 Connaught Road Central 50 Connaught Road Central
Hong Kong
Apollo Global Real EstateProgram Management/Construction Management
63rd Street Connector 63rd Street Connector
Queens, New York, United States
Metropolitan Transportation Authority - New York City TransitRail, Tunneling & Geotechnical
796 Huai Hai Road Restoration 796 Huai Hai Road Restoration
Shanghai, China
Richemont GroupBuilding Engineering, Commercial & Retail
AC Transit State of Good Repair AC Transit State of Good Repair
California, United States
Alameda-Contra Costa TransitStrategic Consulting, Asset Management Strategy
Active Traffic Management Feasibility Studies Active Traffic Management Feasibility Studies
Seattle, Washington, United States
Washington State Department of TransportationIntelligent Transportation Systems
Africa House Africa House
Holborn, UK
Daejan Investments (Grove Hall) LimitedBuilding Engineering, Commercial & Retail
African Burial Ground Memorial African Burial Ground Memorial
New York, New York, United States
General Services Administration Government
Air Liquide Hydrogen Storage Cavern Air Liquide Hydrogen Storage Cavern
Spindletop, Texas, United States
Air Liquide Large Industries U.S., LPPower/Energy, Underground Storage, Program Management/Construction Management

No. 7 Subway Line Extension

New York City, New York, United States

Client: Metropolitan Transportation Authority - New York City Transit

Parsons Brinckerhoff Role: Environmental Documentation, Design

No. 7 Subway Line Extension
With the exception of the recently expanded Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, much of the far West Side of Manhattan is underused and underserved by transit. The No. 7 Subway Line Extension is a key part of an initiative of the City of New York, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and the State of New York to create a development program that will transform this area, known as the Hudson Yards, into a vibrant, transit-oriented mixed-use district. Parsons Brinckerhoff is providing final design for the project, which will extend the line from Times Square to a new station at 34th Street and 11th Avenue. Parsons Brinckerhoff’s first assignment was to prepare a comprehensive environmental impact statement (EIS) analyzing the combined effects of the subway extension, rezoning, modernization of the convention center, and additional proposed development. The eight-volume, 6,600-page final EIS has been called the most complex document of its kind in New York City history. Parsons Brinckerhoff also led the completion of the preliminary design and engineering of the 1.5-mile (2.4-kilometer) extension. Construction is taking place beneath busy city streets and in proximity to existing structures and, in some cases, other major transit lines. A key element of the design of the tunnel sections and station caverns is the integration of sustainable design elements such as daylighting to increase the use of renewable energy sources.



The New York Society of Professional Engineers named the No. 7 Subway Line Extension as its 2013 Construction Project of the Year.