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The opening ceremony for the newly renovated Fulton Center. (MTA Photo/Patrick Cashin)

(Bloomberg) — Transit riders in downtown Manhattan’s new subway hub snapped photos and craned necks to gaze up at the 53-foot glass enclosure that crowns the $1.4 billion Fulton Center.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority opened the site today, replacing a decaying underground warren. It links nine different lines to accommodate 300,000 daily riders and renovates a station that was partially ruined in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Riders are met with digital signs, polished tiles and ample sunlight.

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