The chaos left in Hurricane Sandy’s wake is unprecedented for New York City’s subway system. With large parts of the transportation network shut down by flooding, many are adjusting to a new kind of chaos in the United States’ largest city. Officials are reticent to offer concrete timelines of when services will be restored. This video was released by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and reveals the extent of the flooding at the newly renovated South Ferry and Whitehall Street Station.

 

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