The New York Times just published a lengthy article on the impact of decades of funding cuts to NYC's subways.
But the problems plaguing the subway did not suddenly sweep over the city like a tornado or a flood. They were years in the making, and they might have been avoided if decision makers had put the interests of train riders and daily operations ahead of flashy projects and financial gimmicks.Mods, if there's a better thread for this, please move it there.
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"The destination of this train is [BEEP BEEP]" -announcement on an Ashmont train.