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Blasting resumes on 2nd Ave. subway after complaints
NEW YORK -- Blasting has resumed on the new Second Avenue subway line.
Construction workers began blasting again under the street on Monday.
The work was halted a few weeks ago due to complaints about the dust and dirt.
But managers say they will use smaller blasts and have new ways to minimize the debris.
The more-than-$4 billion project is still on track for completion in 2016.
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