- The MTA is touting their plans to expand WiFi in subways, but should that be the concern when nearly a quarter of trains are delayed? [NYDN]
- On Wednesday night at LaGuardia, a single pothole on the runway caused dozens of flights to be delayed. [Gothamist]
- See the patronizing way affordable housing was pitched to “Mrs. Fort Greene” in 1942. [Brownstoner]
- The new exhibit opening this Sunday at MoMA showcases the work of Japan’s foremost architecture firms. [Architizer]
- Finally, Port Authority has launched its design competition to create a “21st century successor to America’s largest and busiest bus terminal.” [Curbed]
- An ode to the dwindling Flower District. [Fast Co. Design]
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