Why a Second Avenue Subway NOW?
Moderated formed Thursday, April 26th 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
MODERATOR: Sam Schwartz, President and CEO of Sam Schwartz Engineering, Daily News traffic columnist and former Chief Engineer/First Deputy Commissioner for NYC Dept. of Transportation.
Transit Historian, author of Tunneling to the Future: The Story of the Great Subway Expansion That Saved New York
“The el trains came down decades ago. Why a new subway now?”
President of Frasca & Associates, a global transportation consulting firm
“What happens when cities don’t keep up with their transit needs?”
Upper East Side co-op, condo and retail rentals, with Stuart Halper, real estate attorney and property management
“How will the subway affect the value of my property?”
Venue: St. John the Martyr Church Hall, 250 E. 72nd Street, (212) 744-4880, saintjohnthemartyr
There is no charge to attend. ALL ARE WELCOME!
Please note: THIS IS NOT A GRIPE SESSION on the Second Avenue subway.
Doors open at 6:30 pm