At Ground Zero, Little Progress After Seven Years

A 34-page report from the Port Authority points to 15 fundamental issues that are holding up progress in rebuilding the 16-acre World Trade Center site

After New York City's Twin Towers fell in September 2001, rebuilding quickly—and majestically—seemed imperative. But seven years later, there is nothing majestic about the 16-acre World Trade Center site, a construction zone informally called The Pit.

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