Hudson Yards station problems draw outrage from MTA board
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The new $2.4 billion Hudson Yards subway station in Manhattan, New York opened in September 2015. The MTA Board has recently found several defects in the building, including a poorly waterproofed roof that leaks intermittently, a broken escalator, and non-functioning bathrooms. The contractor is liable for the repair costs, and the MTA will hire an independent engineer to conduct a review.