View from the Tunnel: Former MTA Staff on Fixing New York City’s Transit

New York City’s buses and subways are in decline, and riders are paying the price in unreliability and delay. Although top city and state officials say the issue is funding, others say internal problems play a role in the MTA’s inability to prevent or even talk about the major problems afflicting transit in New York. Join TransitCenter and our panel of former MTA insiders to examine the agency’s cultural and structural issues, and learn what it will take to fix New York City’s transit.


Larry Gould, Principal

Sarah M. Kaufman, Assistant Director & Adjunct Professor of Planning
Rudin Center for Transportation, NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service

Chris Pangilinan, Program Director, Technology and Rider Engagement


David Bragdon, Executive Director

Thursday, October 5th
6-8 PM

1 Whitehall Street, 17th Floor
New York, NY 10004

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