Infrastructure

Penn Station
If one tube fails, NYC's employers would lose $5.9M per hour
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The state has the right to decide what happens on New York City’s streets.
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Value capture
Why it works, and how it should be used
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Andrew Cuomo Tappan Zee
The state does utilize public-private partnerships, but to a minimal extent.
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Andrew Cuomo the tank engine
Who is responsible for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's aging subways?
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New York needs to play catch-up on public-private partnerships, supporters say.
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MTA Chairman Joe Lhota
A guide to who is in control of New York's famously opaque mass transit agency.
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Andrew Cuomo at the train station
Winners and losers of a Cuomo panel's congestion pricing plan
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Spotlight on construction in New York
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New York City again looks to state to expand design-build authorization on public projects
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