The World Trade Center’s transit hub will no longer have a retractable roof, according to Christopher Ward, the executive director of the Port Authority. The hub’s winged dome, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, was originally designed to open to allow light into the atrium. Yesterday, the Port Authority announced that most of the projects would be delayed and more expensive than planned.
WTC transit hub roof no longer retractable
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