Most New Yorkers rely on public transportation to get around. This summer, many commuters have been sharing crazy images of the city’s subpar transportation conditions, in what has been dubbed the “summer of hell” by local media. The term was originally coined to describe the expected delays at Penn Station, which serves regional rail services Amtrak, New Jersey Transit, and the Long Island Rail Road, as it undergoes major track work this summer. But people online have been using it to describe what seem like endlessly deteriorating conditions on the city’s subway as well.
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