Infrastructure

Iron workers raise steel at 32nd floor of the Esso Building in New York City in 1954.
Here’s what state lawmakers are considering to tackle high infrastructure costs.
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Traffic in Manhattan
Everyone agrees the MTA needs more money. If only the Democrats could agree on how to get it.
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JFK
The governor’s plans to revamp JFK, LaGuardia and Penn Station.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo opened the first span of the new Kosciusko Bridge with a light show synchronized to music.
Critics say the governor's marquee projects neglect the state’s less flashy infrastructure needs.
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Critics say the major construction safety law enacted a year ago is being ignored.
Bogus training certificates are putting workers in danger, critics say.
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Hakeem Jeffries
The emboldened party is bullish on an infrastructure bill thanks to a new majority.
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Steve Cohen, the chairman of the Gateway Program Development Corp., says it’s a question of when, not if, the federal government contributes to the Gateway tunnel.
New York transportation officials predict a pivot on funding for Gateway and the MTA.
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Related Companies Hudson Yards
Local work on the trans-Hudson tunnel project is advancing as Congress fights for funding.
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New York rendering of the Arthur Sheridan Enhancement Project.
Some project details are up in the air.
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A freight train in motion
A cross-harbor freight tunnel is essential to New York City’s continued existence, Rep. Jerrold Nadler says.
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