The MTA is flashing a red signal at $60 million in transit improvements the agency promised in return for fare hikes - blaming a downturn in the real-estate market.
UNFARE! TRANSIT FIX-UPS DERAILED
The now twice-delayed enhancements include new and extended bus routes, longer hours of operation and increased service on many subway lines.
The MTA said it will hold off on the improvements until June to get a clearer view of the agency's revenue picture to decide if it will be able follow through on the promised benefits later this year.
More from the NY Times.
No wonder people don't believe the congestion pricing promises.
Here's a real way to remove unnecessary cars from the road. The first phase of it will hopefully be underway next year (unless they renege on that, too).
(Little confused about #3 in the Post's graphic since the R already goes to 71st-Continental Ave)