A new, greatly expanded Penn Station complex. Linking Metro-North, New Jersey Transit and the LIRR into one regional commuter rail system. Ending overnight subway service. Moving Madison Square Garden.
These are just some of the radical infrastructure changes recommended in the influential Regional Plan Association’s long-ranging blueprint for the future of transportation in the tri-state area, released Thursday.
The recommendations, part of a nearly 400-page document called The Fourth Regional Plan, outline potential fixes for not only the city’s transit woes but everything from coping with climate change to increasing the quality of life and economic prowess of the region as it moves into the 21st century.
Read the full article in NBC New York.