Why a New Train Hall Won't Fix Penn Station

The Regional Plan Association (RPA) is a venerable institution in and around New York. For almost a century, it has studied and recommended region-wide investment projects, including highways in the 1920s (such as the George Washington Bridge) and more recently, mass transit. In its just-released Fourth Regional Plan, the RPA calls for “a fully integrated, regional transit system” that would “combine three commuter rail systems into one network.”

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