In RPA's expansive plan for tri-state area, politics often trumps good transit

A little over two weeks ago, the Regional Plan Association (RPA) put forth its much-awaited Fourth Regional Plan for New York's tri-state region. The plan was most discussed, including on Curbed, for its proposal to end 24/7 subway service in the city. But it includes far-reaching proposals in many areas, including massive infrastructure investments: three new rail tunnels under the Hudson River, two more under the East River, and many subway projects.

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