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Saturday, July 1, 2017

Closures, overcrowding, rats: New York City commuters face ‘summer of hell’ | US news | The Guardian

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The city’s aging subway has been declared ‘a state of emergency’. Combined with closures on other rail lines, riders are bracing for the worst There was a time – somewhere between the 1990s exorcism of violent crime from much of New York City and Thursday, when a “state of emergency” was declared for the city’s transit system – when a nightmare scenario on the subway meant a rat crawling up your leg, over your chest and nearly into your hoody. That remains a vividly awful prospect. But in the ..  show all text
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