An Aggressive Plan to Combat the Long-Term Crisis at Penn Station
The MTA Genius Transit Challenge
Immediate Plan for Short Term Crisis
The Penn Station Task Force will develop alternative transportation solutions to deal with Amtrak's summer service cuts.
Long Term Management Solution
The Task force will consider three options to turn Penn Station into a 21st century transit hub: New York State will take over Penn Station; The Port Authority will take over Penn Station; Amtrak uses private contractor.
Challenge MTA to Modernize NYC Subway System
The MTA Genius Transit Challenge is an international competition seeking groundbreaking and innovative solutions to increase the capacity and improve the reliability of NYC's subway service.
Modernizing Our Airports
Airports are the Gateways to the Global Economy
Making Progress, Not Just Plans
The new Kosciusko Bridge, the first major NYC bridge to open in more than 50 years, will bring much-needed relief to commuters and be a spectacular addition to the New York City skyline.
Breaking ground in March 2017, the expanded center will generate $393M in annual economic activity, reduce traffic congestion, increase efficiency of operations to allow for new & expanded events.
The New NY Bridge
Replacing the Tappan Zee Bridge
After more than a decade of discussion and delay, Governor Cuomo pushed the project forward in less than one year. Proof that the great state of New York can do amazing things is visible to anyone who sees the twin-span cable-stayed bridge now rising out of the Hudson between Westchester and Rockland counties.
Design-Build Construction Process
Championed in New York by Governor Cuomo, this process incentivizes the private sector to be creative on approaches that speed construction time and reduce cost, while the state also gets the assurance of cost certainty.
On Time, On Budget
The New NY Bridge reached a milestone in December 2016 with the topping off of the 8 main span towers. It is on track to open in 2018 and on budget at $3.98 billion.
Rebuilding & Modernizing Our Aging Rail Infrastructure
After nearly a century of false starts, the long-awaited Second Avenue Subway is here and now open to the public.
Governor Cuomo's proposal will increase capacity of the commmuter railroad - built in the mid-19th century - while improving service, safety and quality of life for people on Long Island.