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New York Officials Pledge Subway Cars Will Be Less Sweltering This Summer
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7 Apr 2018 04:57 AM EST

New York officials said on Friday that subway riders won't get baked this summer during their commutes. A transit repair program to fix faulty air conditioners and other train systems has been kick-started with full funding. The program will pay for a surge of workers to repair the air conditioning in time for summer on the fleet of roughly 6,000 subway cars rolling through New York City. The MTA will increase the number of unionized workers at the shops to 1,400 from 900 and they'll be working around the clock making necessary repairs.


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