LOWER MANHATTAN — Repairs to the South Ferry station in Lower Manhattan may take up to three years and cost $600 million, following extensive damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy, Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials said.“It was the worst-hit station in the city,” said Kevin Ortiz, MTA spokesman. “It was completely destroyed.”Ortiz said the MTA is still in the process of assessing the damage to the station, which was inundated with saltwater.
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