Moving New York Forward

New York State is building the future of business with infrastructure that supports success

 The future of business in New York State is moving ever upward, buoyed by the lowest taxes in decades, a talented workforce, world-class innovations and major investments in the essential building blocks of progress: infrastructure and transportation. By making infrastructure and transportation projects a key priority, the State of New York is demonstrating a strong commitment to remaining competitive in an evolving global economy.


windows in the Moynihan Train Hall


pounds of U.S. steel in the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge


NYS renewable energy goal by 2030


The 2021 State of the State outlined plans for expanding the nation's largest infrastructure program,  building on major investments that have been made in airports, roads and bridges around New York State.

The soaring spans of the new Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge and the Kosciuszko Bridge are open to traffic and redefining the New York landscape. Our airports are being transformed—from LaGuardia and JFK to  Plattsburgh, Albany, Syracuse and Rochester—along with new train stations in Rochester and Schenectady. Across from New York City’s Pennsylvania Station, we've transformed the historic James A. Farley Post Office into the 255,000-square-foot Moynihan Train Hall, a 21st century world-class transportation hub.

New York's vision for growing its green economy includes additional offshore wind, renewable energy, energy storage and workforce training initiatives. New York is home to the nation’s largest offshore wind agreement, announced in July 2019, and committed to a goal of 9,000 megawatts of offshore wind by 2035. And our New NY Broadband Program is bringing high-speed broadband access to all corners of the state—giving all New Yorkers access to the innovation economy.

Find out more about all the ways New York is building the state of the future. 

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Moynihan Station Development Corporation

This ESD subsidiary oversees construction of the Moynihan Train Hall, a world-class 21st century transportation hub.

New York Convention Center Development Corporation

This ESD subsidiary’s purpose includes development of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, and plans for its renovation and expansion.

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