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<p>Corey Johnson wants to be the next mayor of New York, and the press seems to think he will be.  His <a href="http://council.nyc.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/LetsGo_Transit_Report.pdf">plan to fix transit</a> is the centerpiece of his platform.  Tom Wright is the CEO of the powerful <a href="http://www.rpa.org/">Regional Plan Association</a>.  That organization imagines the future and comes up with ideas for infrastructure and bureaucracy that could meet its needs.  <span>Nicole Gelinas, a reporter and a <a href="https://www.manhattan-institute.org/">Manhattan Institute</a> scholar of Urban Economics, also believes in big, innovative projects.  But for the past 15 years, she's been reminding New Yorkers that we will not get a transit system worthy of our great city if we cannot get costs under control, and our financial house in order</span>.  Combine these three experts with Alec's curiosity and strong opinions about all things New York, and you get a great conversation about congestion pricing, organized labor, the MTA, and future of transportation everywhere.</p>