New York, NY - Mayor Working on Extending Subway to New Jersey
New York, NY - Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the city’s considering extending the route of the No. 7 subway line into New Jersey, and the economics of the proposal “seem to make some sense.
Bloomberg said Wednesday that the subway line extension to Manhattan’s far west side is on budget, and he believes the city could work with the state governments of New York and New Jersey and with the federal government to secure funding for the project.
The mayor’s office says the city is spending $250,000 for an as-yet unfinished feasibility study about a possible expansion of the subway tunnel under the Hudson River and to Secaucus, N.J.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie liked the idea, telling WCBS (880 AM) radio on Wednesday that his state will “pony up its fair share.”
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