14 stories beneath the median on Park Avenue between 37th and 38th streets lies one of the 200-ton tunnel boring machines used in the East Side access project.More
At Bowling Green part of the Lightbox Program, MTA Arts & Design exhibits photographs of the Second Avenue Subway, East Side Access and 7 Line ExtensionMore
Five proposed and in-progress subway and rail lines in NYC: the Second Avenue subway, East Side Access, Triboro RX, Rockaway Branch, Metro North ExpansionMore
This is part of an ongoing series on ideas from Next New York, a project by the Forum for Urban Design.
Serial entrepreneur Elon Musk isn’t the only one dreaming up outlandish new transportation modes with the Hyperloop. Over the past four months, the Forum for Urban Design invited architects, planners, …More
When Michael Bloomberg was elected mayor of New York in 2001, no one predicted he would become a revolutionary, reshaping the city’s physical landscape, economy, and cultural character. Yet in 12 years he rezoned 40 percent of the city’s land, opened up much of its waterfront to development, created thousands of acres of new parkland, …More
Today’s Daily What?! is a view of the East Side Access construction from atop Long Island City Clocktower. Underground, massive tunnels have been constructedMore