Marshall, Alex
May 2012
Planning;May/Jun2012, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p30
Trade Publication
The author gives his account on Metropolitan Transportation Authority's (MTA) five megaprojects in New York, which the author claimed is the largest transit system in the U.S. that is expanding. Five megaprojects operated by the MTA include the extension of the Number 7 subway, the Fulton Street Transit Center, and the East Side Access. It notes that MTA needs an additional 10 billion dollars, which it plans to obtain by issuing more debt, just to complete the current megaprojects.


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