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Transportation. The LIRR: A system riding troubled tracks: Will the aggravations of its 100 000 commuters ever end? You are invited to help the railroad solve its problems

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¿Did you know that when you die you've got to change in Jamaica to get where you're going?¿ a Long Island Rail Road commuter said to the man standing next to him in the car's crowded aisle. The train was already three minutes late pulling out of New York's Pennsylvania Station, and the heating system wasn't working. Running through the minds of their fellow commuters were visions of trains stuck in the tunnel, and cold meals upon reaching home.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 12 )