Security Program for NYC Subways in 'Disarray,' State Comptroller Report Finds

Efforts to install high-tech surveillance equipment in New York City's subways are taking too long and costing too much, the state comptroller reported Tuesday, and experts say the system remains a vulnerable terrorist target eight years after the 9/11 attacks. "The [Metropolitan Transit Authority] is struggling to bring the security of its system into the 21st Century," said comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. "The transit system is safer than before September 11, 2001... but some security...Full Story
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