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By Ryan McNeill
Thu Jan 17, 2013 5:30pm EST
Jan 17 (Reuters) – A senior state legislator said New Jersey
Transit appears to have made a “deliberate effort to obfuscate
the facts” about its preparation for Superstorm Sandy, which
caused $100 million in damage to critical rail equipment.General Assembly Deputy Speaker John S. Wisniewski also
questioned NJ Transit’s ability to protect its rolling stock
following a Reuters report that the agency had misused storm
surge modeling software and failed to seek adequate guidance on
its use from weather experts ahead of the storm.
From: reuters.com – Read more

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