Una delle cose più interessanti di sempre: un’analisi della storia della metropolitana newyorkese e dei motivi che hanno spinto a un sostanziale blocco nell’espansione dell’infrastruttura.

Since December 16, 1940, New York has not opened another new subway line, aside from a handful of small extensions and connections. Unlike most other great cities, New York’s rapid transit system remains frozen in time: Commuters on their iPhones are standing in stations scarcely changed from nearly 80 years ago. [link]