John Surico is a journalist and researcher who focuses on our changing cities. He teaches at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, and his reporting can be regularly found in The New York Times, Bloomberg, and other outlets. He is the scholar-in-residence at Central Park Conservancy’s Institute for Urban Parks.
What If We Treated the MTA Like the Essential Service It Is?
We shouldn't have to endure a "C train during rush hour that inexplicably takes 20 minutes to arrive"-like wait for subway service to get better.
New York’s Suburbs Now Have Better Transit. So How About Some More Housing?
Billions of dollars have gone to make a commute to NYC from its suburbs easier. Will Long Island and Westchester hold up their end of the bargain?