Two years after an advisory board recommended 77 changes to ease congestion in New York airspace, only 30 of those initiatives have been completed, according to a report from the Transportation Department's Inspector General. Of the 30 "completed" items, nine are used only infrequently, three have been discontinued and 13 need additional work. Only five of the completed items were found to create the expected benefits, and the 47 unaddressed issues "face a number of challenges" before they can be implemented.

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