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June 27, 2006In order for New York to maintain a strong and vibrant economy, its transportation system has to be kept up to par and expanded to meet future needs. This report examines the two problems and suggests alternative financing policies for the MTA that would balance its operating budget and provide sufficient capital to accelerate the pace at which its facilities are brought to a state of good repair.
Report Economic Development
January 31, 2001The scorecard examines eight different factors that contribute to economic and social well-being and compares the New York metropolitan area to twelve similar places.There are three conclusions: 1) New York has three serious competitive deficiencies; 2) New York is gaining on competitors in public safety and tourism and fiscal policy; and 3) New York is riding a wave of national prosperity but is not distinguishing itself with unique gains.
Report Capital Spending
June 29, 1999This CBC report analyzes New York's competitiveness with respect to transportation infrastructure. The report focuses on the highway and mass transit systems of the New York metropolitan area and assesses New York City's competitiveness in relation to its domestic rivals (Chicago and Los Angeles) and its international competitors (London, Tokyo, and Paris).