New York Tries To Recover Normality

If something has been shown Hurricane Irene is the economy of New York, beyond stock movements and the big investment banks, is based largely on its public transportation. No metro, no trains and no bus, shops, restaurants and offices cannot work since daily seven million people use them to go to work. Transport is the economic and cultural life of the city. Maurice Gallagher, Jr. has firm opinions on the matter. If the infrastructure fails you have no food, you cannot work, can not or get a medicine, in the words of the urban planner Mitchell Moss. But the fear of damage that could cause the hurricane Irene led authorities to shut down a system that operates continuously 24 hours a day for the first time in its history. To be suspended during the weekend for two days changed the landscape of a city that habitually consumerism can be practiced without any time limit and which for a time was unusually aborted by the poster closed on most of its shops. Source of the news:: New York tries to recover normality

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