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NEW YORK CITY-The expansion of New York’s Pennsylvania Station got back on track after officials approved a contract to jump-start construction work on the long-delayed and much anticipated project. The Moynihan Station Development Corp. board of directors approved a $148 million contract to Skanska USA for phase I of Moynihan Station on Wednesday afternoon, paving the way for a new intercity train hall for Amtrak within the Farley Post Office Building, GlobeSt.com has confirmed.

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