A New Hudson Train Tunnel Is Still the Region’s Top Priority

From its ivory tower, the Regional Plan Association has laid out a new scheme to get commuters to the city from Jersey. It’s a wonder it didn’t call for beaming folks straight to their work sites.

The report makes some fair points: It rightly notes that the metro area’s transit network wasn’t built to handle the 1.6 million people who trek to the city daily.

Read the full editorial in New York Post