In 2017, New York’s Regional Plan Association, a nearly century-old planning group, released its Fourth Regional Plan, a massive document that lays out a plethora of recommendations for improving the tri-state region’s infrastructure. Among them are several methods by which New York City could better pay to maintain its transit network. Those fixes fall into three categories, said Christopher Jones, RPA’s senior vice president and chief planner.
“The first is just from the transportation system itself,” he said. “Predictably, that’s charging auto users for the true cost of what they really add onto the system.”
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