Infrastructure

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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A cargo ship passing through New York City's harbor
The Freight NYC plan will ease traffic and pollution, EDC's Patchett says.
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A rendering of the proposed BQX traveling over the Pulaski Bridge in Brooklyn.
NYC’s transportation commissioner weighs in on the issues.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo ceremoniously unveils the second span of the Governor Mario M. Cuomo bridge.
Six major projects the governor is using to build his record.
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Construction in New York City
An effort to expand a fair wage in the thriving construction industry.
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The Gateway Program is like Lucy’s football – long-promised and long-awaited, but always just out of reach.
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Traffic jam on the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge at sunset, New York City
ABNY panelists debate congestion pricing.
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