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NYC at 10 Million: Transit and Land Use Proposals for Record Populations

Carl Galioto and Bill Kenworthey
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NYC at 10 Million: Transit and Land Use Proposals for Record Populations

Carl Galioto and Bill Kenworthey
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New York City is expected to reach a population milestone of 10 million by 2050. How will the city—already stretched to near capacity—be able to accommodate future generations of New Yorkers?

HOK and the New York Building Congress explore the current state of New York City’s transit network and land usage and offer solutions for future growth in “Building the Future of New York: Transit and Land Use.” The recommendations include placing additional residential development on underutilized “soft sites,” initiating zoning and tax changes to accommodate growth, and making targeted investments in public transportation.

Carl Galioto, HOK’s president and managing principal of HOK’s New York studio, and Bill Kenworthey, regional leader of planning in HOK’s New York office, led the report with analysis and visualization support from Kirsten Weismantle, planning design professional at HOK.

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