NJ Transit Votes to Spend on Land for Flood-Proof Train Storage

Rob Freudenberg, vice president for energy and the environment at the Regional Plan Association, says that a lot of municipalities and agencies in the New York region are building their resilience plans around the federal funding that’s available, rather than the other way around. (RPA is a research and advocacy organization focused on the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut region.)

“It’s one thing to have a facility where you can move a lot of stock,” Freudenberg says. “It’s another to consider how you use your existing entire line when it’s shut down. This comes down to a matter of prioritizing planning.”

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