News and Views About the Past, Present, and Future of the Bayonne Bridge
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Where the Second Avenue Subway Went Wrong
The New Yorker: "When New Jersey wanted to raise the roadway of the Bayonne Bridge, it took five years, and twenty thousand pages of paperwork, for the project to get under way. Obviously, environmental and workplace standards are important, but a recent paper by Philip Howard, the chairman of Common Good, suggests that a more streamlined regulatory process, like those found in many developed countries, could save hundreds of billions of dollars."