Queens-Midtown Tunnel reopens
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NEW YORK - The Queens-Midtown Tunnel is open.
The reopening on Friday marked progress in the ongoing challenge to restore New York City transportation after the superstorm.
The tunnel was flooded by a storm surge. After it was pumped dry, workers had to repair damaged mechanical systems.
The tunnel under the East River is a major connection between midtown Manhattan and Queens.
The Hugh L. Carey Tunnel, commonly known as the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel, is still out of commission.