The PATH Train Loses $400 Million a Year. Why Keep Spending Billions on It?

“PATH is more extreme,” said Thomas K. Wright, president of the nonprofit Regional Plan Association. It operates essentially like an extension across the Hudson of New York’s subway, he said, but is subject to different federal regulations, like more frequent inspections, that add to its costs. “I don’t think there are any quick solutions to saving money on the PATH in a serious way.”

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