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N.Y. MTA inspector general to probe snowstorm response

Posted on January 4, 2011

[IMAGE]NYMTAsnow4-2.jpg[/IMAGE]NEW YORK CITY — The Metropolitan Transportation Authority's inspector general is launching a probe into the handling of the snow storm to answer such questions as to why so many lines were knocked out and why it took so long for service to return, according to a NY1 news story. The MTA is also conducting its own internal review of the response. To read the full story, click here.

Additionally, a Manhattan attorney is recruiting riders eager to sue the MTA after being trapped for seven hours aboard a snowbound A train during last week's blizzard, reported the New York Daily News. To read the full story, click here

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