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Complex Factors Contribute to Decline of MTA
As the decline of New York's MTA affects the city's most vulnerable populations, CNT's Scott Bernstein delineates a number of factors that have led to the diminuition of public transporation in New York City.
According to Scott, the current state of the MTA is the result of a confluence of factors, including historical underfunding, urban sprawl, and competition with new forms of transporation like Uber and Lyft.
"All of that adds up to a system that, for the last couple of decades, has been suffering," Scott comments. "We're seeing it now in the drop-off in service."
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