Long Island: The End Of Suburbia?
Since the 1960s, New York City's growth has been far outpaced by that of its suburbs, both in terms of population and economic expansion. But according to a report by Rutgers, Long Island's suburbs are under threat from their own weight, what one researcher calls, "the enormous strains on infrastructure experienced by the suburbs." In the last decade, many have abandoned the high-cost suburban landscape for the convenient, stimulating world of the city.
Thanks to Jeffrey Goodman