Overnight subways could be axed and Madison Square Garden MOVED under radical new transportation plan for New York City metropolitan area

A group of experts has suggested major changes to the New York City metropolitan area's transportation system. There is a historical precedent for at least some of the proposed changes to be given the go-ahead. The potential changes include moving Madison Square Garden in order to expand Pennsylvania Station, a new subway line that would connect Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx and ending 24/7-subway service, NBC News reports. These proposals are all outlined in the 400-age Fourth Regional Plan, drafted by the Regional Plan Association.

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