What Is Wrong With the MTA — and Can It Be Fixed?

The solution to all of this seems obvious: infrastructure investments to upgrade and restore and fix our system — and to build it out a whole lot more. Which still isn’t going to solve our problems overnight, says Richard Barone, a transit expert at the Regional Plan Association. Daily Intelligencer spoke with Barone about how the MTA and the city ended up in subway crisis mode, and what might get us out.

Read the full Q&A in New York Magazine.