Riverduckexpress wrote: ↑Thu Jan 09, 2020 11:09 amI doubt any Penn/GCT connection will ever come to fruition. There's just so much infrastructure to work around, most notably the deep water tunnels - but also so many subway lines. In reality, getting the Hudson tunnels and Penn South project done would be Herculean enough. Don't forget - these Penn South tracks would likely serve some MNR trains coming into Penn in the future (from the west)Jeff Smith wrote: ↑Wed Jan 08, 2020 10:02 am I'm pretty sure any tunnel connection to MNRR is almost impossible for either utility or engineering reasons. Thus, my foam about an elevated link LOL.The ARC Summary Report suggested it was physically feasible, but that it would require disrupting and moving around a track of the Lexington Av subway and possibly underpinning nearby buildings (along with a compatible fleet, of course). Seems like it's really just a question of how much interagency cooperation and subway/surface disruption is politically feasible today. I think Cuomo has reaffirmed that any rail project can move forward, or at least have the ball start rolling, regardless of merits or cost, if it has the right people backing it.