RPA sees more regional rail, urban street space and 24/3 subway service in our future

For nearly a century, the Regional Plan Association has helped shape the New York City-New Jersey-Connecticut metro region. And for just the fourth time in its history, the organization on Thursday is releasing a long-term vision for the area’s future regarding affordability, resilience and infrastructure amid technological advancements and climate change.

Previous plans, released in 1929, 1968 and 1996, helped guide everything from the location of the George Washington Bridge, which was originally planned for midtown, to the development of Hudson Yards and waterfront revitalization.

 
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