The plan has met with skepticism from some transit advocates. But Tom Wright, president of the Regional Plan Association, an urban research and advocacy group, said he is broadly supportive of the proposal. Mr. Wright wants to see more details though. The transfer from AirTrain to public transit would have to be “seamless,” he said, and the related subway and rail service must offer “great frequency to make it all work.”
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