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MTA chief wants billions to revamp system


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MTA chief wants billions to revamp system

 

The MTA's chief says the agency has seen the future, and it will take between $5 billion and $10 billion to gird the transit system for the million additional New Yorkers expected by 2030.

 

Executive director Elliot Sander will present a capital plan to the state legislature in March, covering 2008 through 2013, that is loaded with commute-speeding projects. They could include updating the subway's signal system with a computer-based communications system, running Metro-North Rail Road trains into the future Moynihan Station on the West Side, and adding a 10-mile third track to the Long Island Rail Road's Main Line.

 

Full story: amNY icon_offsite.png - November 28, 2007

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