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From The Bridge: How Fixing an Overstressed Region Could Change Brooklyn

My article from The Bridge, How Fixing an Overstressed Region Could Change Brooklyn, subtitled "The tri-state area needs big investments and better leadership, a planning group warns. We highlight 16 ideas, from possible to pipe-dream, that could remake the borough."

There's a lot in there, including potential new subways (unlikely), new bus lines (more likely), plans to increase housing supply (partly likely), and even the Brooklyn ripple effects of moving Madison Square Garden. Take a read.

(I've already written separately about the Regional Plan Association's proposal to build on suburban train station parking lots, and will write separately about their affordable housing proposals.)

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