But guess what was 4 and 5 on CNN's list? The World Trade Center Transportation Hub and Grand Central Terminal respectively. Wait!!!! I said the WTC hub - - that's a Port Authority project, not the MTA. How can the MTA claim it's theirs when they should know better not to steal credit from the Port Authority?
The MTA does own Grand Central and for 101 years, this terminal is a landmark of epic proportions. The WTC may not be a landmark and the price tag may be exorbitant but making CNN's top 11 station list is well deserved. However the MTA has once again made a serious and embarrassing error in laying claim to a structure which is not theirs. If the MTA doesn't even know their assets, how can they fail in their social media skills? What makes this scary is that if the MTA makes a blatant error in this Facebook post, how many errors will they make in protecting our system from the next Hurricane Sandy? How can they tells us to "see something? Say something" when they don't know their own regional network?