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Hurricane Sandy Exposed New Jersey's Transportation Vulnerabilities

Matt Ball on December 12, 2012 - in Transportation

New Jersey’s transportation infrastructure got hit so hard by Hurricane Sandy that, more than a month later, the state is still reeling from the impact. The storm did not create new vulnerabilities in New Jersey’s transportation infrastructure; it exposed existing ones.

The damage was so extensive that it received national attention: water-flooded city halls, rail terminals and tunnels; roads and bridges swept away, utility infrastructure destroyed. New Jersey’s entire rail system is still operating with storm-related delays today.

Read more via NewJersey.com

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Matt Ball is founder and editorial director of V1 Media, publisher of Informed Infrastructure, Earth Imaging Journal, Sensors & Systems, Asian Surveying & Mapping and the video news site GeoSpatial Stream.

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