The three railroads operating out of Penn Station prioritize performance in plans to redesign the transit hub

City Council’s vote on the operating permit for Madison Square Garden (MSG)—a 48-0 decision to extend it only five years, not in perpetuity as MSG Entertainment (MSGE) sought—marked a potential turning point in the effort to balance public and private interests in renovating Penn Station, New York’s long standing infrastructural problem.

Among experts commenting on Penn, former New York City Transit Authority director Andy Byford has gone on record favoring a full site overhaul. In a surprise appearance at a ReThinkNYC public online seminar on July 20, Byford said, “You can’t fix [Penn] by just putting in a few light boxes, by just [raising]

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