NEW YORK (AP) -- The Second Avenue subway project has reportedly been delayed at least a year.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is releasing a review Wednesday of the project on Manhattan's East Side.
According to The New York Times, the MTA doesn't expect to finish the first segment of the project until at least July 2016.
The projected completion date has been pushed back for decades. The most recent estimate was June 2015.
The subway line would link a 1.7-mile route between 96th and 63rd streets. It eventually would stretch 8.5 miles to Lower Manhattan.