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Benny Wong

Edison, NJ, United States

NJ Transit

Everyday, I consider myself lucky to get home to my family at the end of the day due to this lengthy, unreliable, miserable commute. The picture at N.Y. Penn Station defines what it’s like to be riding on this broken infrastructure. Numerous times, I had to call car service from Newark, N.J. to get home. Almost every other day–there are issues ranging from track repairs, shortage of crews, signal problems, power outages, fire, fake fire, small fire, and even no fire.