Snarled Commutes, Squabbling Agencies and Amtrak’s Penn Station Responsibilities

“The city has an enormous vested interest,” said Thomas K. Wright, the president of the Regional Plan Association, an urban policy group that has been calling for a new rail tunnel under the Hudson River for over 20 years. “Every property owner, every employee, every resident in New York has an enormous stake in this system working because the city’s economy depends on it.”

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