The City Never Sleeps...But Should The Subway?

Five years in the making, the Regional Plan Association released its fourth-ever (since its 1922 founding) plan for the metro area. Tom Prendergast, board member of the Regional Plan Association, former chairman and CEO for the MTA, currently executive vice president and chief strategy officer of STV, Inc., a transportation engineering firm, talks about the ideas for transit in the report, including its "modest proposal" to end 24-hour subway service.

Listen to the full segment on WNYC.