Blueprint America

Off the Rails

Blueprint America correspondent Rick Karr, in a segment on New York Voices on Channel Thirteen - New York, goes 14 stories below 63rd Street and 2nd Avenue in New York City, in a subway tunnel that the MTA (New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority) is building to bring Long Island railroad traffic into Grand Central Station.
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  • Airing 02/08/10: Beyond the Motor City
  • City Creek Center
  • Keep on Trucking?
  • Zombie Highways
  • Zombie Highways: What about the environment?
  • Zombie Highways: Birmingham and the Northern Beltline
  • Choke Point
  • Choke Point: The Third Rail
  • Cleaning Coal
  • Public Transit Faces New Pressures
  • Transit in Trouble, Part One
  • Transit in Trouble, Part Two
  • Financial Meltdown Hurts Public Transit
  • Stimulus Roadblock?
  • The Big Fix
  • Paul Krugman's Big Fix
  • Off the Rails
  • Singapore Curbs Traffic with Automatic Tolls
  • The Big Dig
  • Return to Sender
  • Nowhere to Grow
  • Flying Blind
  • The Price of Decay

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