Met Life to GCT is not an issue for me, though I had no idea there was an elevator in the vicinity. My issue is getting, quickly and easily, without going blocks out of the way or having a heart attack, from the east end of the GC Station shuttle platform up to the GCT terminal on the main level to be able to go through GCT and, perhaps, to the escalators to the Met Life building (obviously without climbing stairs). Now you keep telling us about the new elevator(s) in 1V. You've not mentioned much, at least that I've seen, about where and how in specifics that could help one, for instance, plan their route. At last check, neither had MTA - even their staff doesn't seem to know about this, or if they've heard of it, thought it was a year or two in the future. Yet they've just spent a fortune on the shuttles to make them ADA accessible without, as far as I can tell, adding elevators or escalators at the east end of the GCS shuttle platform up / down for GCT main level access. And when I ask them, they don't know. So it's great that you know that 1V has a solution. What exactly it is and whether it actually works for affected commuters in a hurry I've no idea.