Update 2017/7/1: This is the most linked-to post of [Alon Levy’s] about construction costs, even though the dataset here is relatively small. You can see links to more posts, with more datapoints, on his static construction cost page. The long and the short of it is that in non-English-speaking developed countries, the typical range for urban subways is $100-300 million per km, with a few outliers in both directions. East Side Access: $8.4 billion; excluding pre-existing tunnels, this ...
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