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NEW YORK CITY—The World Trade Center Transportation Hub Oculus—the centerpiece of the sprawling transit facility—is set open in the first week of March, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced Tuesday.

The Oculus—with its soaring wings designed by famed architect Santiago Calatrava—will enable travelers to have a seamless connection with 11 New York City subway lines and the East River ferries in addition to access to PATH trains. It also will provide an enhanced commute for the 100,000 weekday PATH train riders who travel through the station, with quicker, climate-controlled access to the Wall Street area and other destinations to the north and south of the site.

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