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NEW YORK CITY-At the New York Building Congress in downtown, Gov. David Paterson said he was reinvestigating the notion of the Moynihan Station. The re-opening of discussions on this Westside station proposal will go hand-in-hand with a few conditions.

In an effort to reassess the future of transportation in the city, Paterson addressed the issue of population. “If we are to realize our full potential for growth in the 21st century, then we must look to increase our rail capacity,” he said. “That is why today I have outlined the conditions that I believe must be met if we are to move forward with the Moynihan Station project. Moynihan must be more than a beautiful station; it must move more people more efficiently.”

The governor enumerated three conditions under which the project could be pursued by the state of New York:

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