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NY transport hubs get US$22b boost

Airports to be redeveloped, new bus terminal and tunnel will be built, rail project will get under way

New York

THE New York City metro area took a giant step towards revitalising its crumbling capacity-strained transport hubs on Thursday as a major bi-state agency authorised up to US$22 billion of spending on air, rail and bus infrastructure.

Officials at the Port Authority of New

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