Navigating NYC is a challenge for the presidential candidates

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NEW YORK -- Presidential candidates are in New York campaigning for the primary next week.

They're trying to experience the city and relate to it. That's part of the process.

Ted Cruz and John Kasich visited the Bronx. Bernie Sanders had a rally there last week.

Hillary Clinton on Thursday had to swipe several times before taking a ride two stops on the No. 4 train to lunch.

Riders hope the candidates will remember the traffic, transit and infrastructure concerns as budget times comes around.