Neighborhood News: Central Railroad Terminal Reopens Today, PATH WTC Station Gets Yet Another Entrance


**Four years after being battered by Superstorm Sandy, the terminal building at Liberty State Park is set to reopen to the public today. The 120-year old terminal received an $18 million overhaul after being damaged by tidal surges produced by the 2012 storm. An opening ceremony will be held at the terminal at 1pm with cast members from the off-Broadway show “Liberty: A Monumental New Musical.” —The Record

**Jersey City drivers don’t care for stop signs. A former news photographer — and concerned downtown resident — recently filmed the corner of York and Jersey Avenue and found that most Jersey City drivers zoom by stop signs. As many as 100 drivers zoomed by stop signs within a span of 90 minutes. Councilwoman Candice Osborne said that city officials will respond with larger stop signs and stricter traffic enforcement. —CBS New York, 4 New York

**Nope. Those aren’t Twitter birds you’re seeing. A new art installation at the Brookfield Place Winter Garden will showcase 175 moving fabric birds starting Monday, June 27. The installation, which is called Air Pressure, is the work of Toronto-based artist collective Studio F Minus. The installation will run through September 12.DNAinfo

**Films in Van Vorst presents its second free movie screening of the season — Creed, directed by Ryan Coogler and starring Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, Tessa Thompson, and Phylicia Rashad. The movie starts tonight after sunset ( around 8.40pm) at Van Vorst Park. —Films in Van Vorst Park

**Another day, another WTC PATH update. Starting Monday there will be direct access from the Transportation Hub (Oculus) to the West Concourse — that long corridor that connects the PATH hub to Brookfield Place, Battery Park City, and New York Waterway. —Tribeca Citizen

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