The Regional Plan Association (RPA) has published a report that calls for major changes to how transit is operated between New Jersey and Manhattan.
In 25 years, the report explains, daily commuters into Manhattan from New Jersey increased by 70,000 to 320,000. “Our current system of trains, buses, subways, ferries, and roads does not have enough capacity to serve another 72,000—let alone another 150,000,” said the RPA. The report goes adds that while rail journeys from Penn Station have almost tripled, bus travel is where major growth has taken place, increasing by 83 percent.
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