Calls Grow for Project to Ease Congestion from Across the Hudson

More commuters than ever are flooding into the city from across the Hudson River; with 400,000 people further straining a regional transportation network that's already stretched near capacity at two of the city's main transit hubs, Penn Station and the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown.

"We're living on borrowed time," said Tom Wright, the president of the Regional Plan Association. "And we face the potential crisis in kind of the capacity, the delays, and the potential of parts of it failing."

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