New York City commuters face 'summer of hell'

Commuters in New York City are facing what officials are calling a 'summer of hell' as some of the tracks at Penn Station are preparing to close for long-overdue repairs.

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    Commuters in New York City are facing what officials are calling a “summer of hell” as some of the tracks at Penn Station are preparing to close for long-overdue repairs.

    It is the busiest rail hub in the United States and the city's governor has asked for more investment.

    Al Jazeera’s Gabriel Elizondo reports from New York City.


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