Two huge municipal projects will define the future of Manhattan and the region. Penn Station is one; the Port Authority Bus Terminal is the other.
These two projects are without question the most important city transportation initiatives in almost 100 years. Servicing more than a half-million commuters per day, these projects raise serious questions about the city itself and the future of mobility, office work and the entire West Side of Manhattan.
The previous governor tended to the needlessly monumental in his efforts: the expensive and poorly placed great hall at LaGuardia Airport, the even more convoluted AirTrain project and the soulless Moynihan Train Hall. To her credit,
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