Today, the Regional Plan Association published the The Fourth Plan, folowing the second plan in the '60s and a third in the '90s. And though it's easy to see echoes of the first plan and its tumultuous age in the document, it's also unique. Because unlike the last three regional plans, the nonprofit's latest plan contains a revelation: that moving the country's most populous region forward isn't just a matter of proposing infrastructure projects or planning its next generation of transit. It's now a matter of redesigning the government itself.
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