Andrea Bernstein and Brian Leher Discuss Transit and Climate Change

Friday, December 02, 2011 - 10:59 AM

No Trains ran on a 14-mile segement of Port Jervis Line for three months after tropical storm Irene. (Photo: Andrea Bernstein)

A caller from Edison, NJ says she lost her job last month after service on the Port Jervis line was disrupted after Hurricane Irene. Listen to hear other effects climate change may have on the transit system and the New York region's livelihood.

Listen here.

Here's our previous story on transit and climate change, and one on how 2011's extreme weather is costing the Federal Highway Administration millions.


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