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Matthew Yglesias

Moynihan Train Hall and our infrastructure problem

18 mins | Jul 2, 2021
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It looks great, but does it actually do anything? Opened earlier in 2021, Moynihan Train Hall is an extension of Pennsylvania station in New York City, and for Matthew Yglesias, a clear example of a crucial problem with civil engineering projects in America: they cost significantly more than in other developed countries. Why? In this instalment of Slow Boring, he discusses the lack of functionality in transport infrastructure.
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