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Ogdenville, North Haverbrook, Brockway

Gothamist reports that a group called Auto-Free New York has a plan for the city's traffic problems.
MONORAIL! Well, "light rail," but we'll take it. According to George Haikalis, founder of Auto-Free New York, an auto-free light rail boulevard that would run along 42nd Street could be expanded into a loop around the island. He estimates the 61-mile light rail system, stretching from lower Manhattan to the far West Side, would cost an estimated $12.2 billion to build. Definitely more of a Shelbyville idea right now.
What's it called? Monorail!

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