More crowds on mass transit from NYC population growth

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8,336,697 people live in NYC according to US Census figures released on Thursday, March 14, 2013. It’s at a record high. More people are moving to the Big Apple than are leaving it. Since the 2010 count, more people moved here than live in the city of Hartford, Connecticut.

No wonder the trains are packed. Aren’t we all supposed to have flying cars now anyway?

Mayor Michael Bloomberg discussed the new numbers and future transit trouble at a press conference today. PIX11’s Greg Mocker hit the streets.

Future of transit? The Mocksons

NYC’s increasing population means more crowds on mass transit

1 Comment

  • Ray Ray Girl Friend

    Every fucking time I get on a bus going home from school, I have to stand for like 50 minutes to finally get a seat. The problem isn't the people, the problem is that there isn't enough buses, and there aren't enough routes.

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