New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday unveiled a $10 billion plan to improve John F. Kennedy International Airport, the latest piece of an infrastructure initiative the Democratic governor is pushing this year, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The plan calls for road expansions in the area, modernizing a Long Island Rail Road station connecting to JFK, new security measures, expanding and building new terminals so they become interconnected, and raising the number of flights out of the airport.
The Van Wyck Expressway that services the airport would widen from three lanes to four in both directions, and the Kew Gardens Interchange, a busy junction leading to the airport, would also be expanded. Read more at Wall Street Journal.