Mapping Out Future Transportation Improvements
December 6th, 2007

Whatever necessary backroom deals have been made, and $35 billion in federal transportation funding for the metro region is back on track. And now, New York City residents can see exactly where the funds would go. The New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, the municipal planning organization that addresses regional transportation issues, has posted the improvements planned for 2008 to 2012 on Google maps, and breaks it down by borough.

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