WHY ARE THE STREETS ALWAYS UNDER CONSTRUCTION?

by Sydney Franklin


I absolutely want the job of New York Times reporter Emily Rueb. Her articles, like this one surveying the various goings-on underneath the city's streets, are always jam-packed with information and usually involve the agency I work for in one way or the other.

My favorite quotes from this piece:

"Driving or cycling on a freshly paved road is a rare thrill in New York City."
Ain't that the truth? What I wouldn't give...

"The truth is that no one really knows what’s there until the digging begins. Workers in the field sometimes call it ‘peek and shriek.’" 
CMs truly are the Sherlock Holmes of the construction world.

*did not plan on using that many variations of the word true