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Roads to Nowhere: Public Works in a Time of Crisis
Michael M. Grynbaum leads a discussion on York's public works during a time of fiscal crisis with panelists Joan Byron and Jeffrey Zupan.
New Yorkers living in the midst of economic crisis are getting mixed signals about the future of public works. Will the No. 7 subway line be extended to New Jersey? Will the Second Avenue subway ever be finished? When will real work on Moynihan Station get started? What is the fate of New York's public works given the fiscal crisis in Albany and the economic stranglehold of "The Great Recession"?
Michael M. Grynbaum, transportation reporter for The New York Times, leads a discussion on public works in a time of fiscal crisis with Joan Byron, Director, Sustainability and Environmental Justice Initiative at the Pratt Center for Community Development, and Jeffrey M. Zupan, senior transportation fellow at the Regional Plan Association. Co-sponsored by the Pratt Center for Community Development and the Regional Plan Association and presented as part of the Museum of the City of New York's ongoing Urban Forum series on New York Infrastructure.
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