New York City Subway Crisis Spurs Calls to Oust Governor, Overhaul MTA

Experts say it will take months of shutdowns and full service stops along some of the most-used subway tracks for the city to properly address the worsening conditions. "These things take so long because, if you’re doing work during an overnight period, you spend all this time setting up and breaking down at the site every night," Rich Barone, vice president for transportation at the Regional Plan Association, said Wednesday. "So in an eight-hour shift, you might get three or four hours of work out of it."

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