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Coalition for the Northeast Corridor Observes the Fifth Anniversary of Superstorm Sandy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 30, 2017 Coalition for the Northeast Corridor Observes the Fifth Anniversary of Superstorm Sandy (Washington, D.C.) – Five years after Superstorm Sandy, the passenger rail corridor between Washington, DC and Boston is at greater risk of catastrophic failure than at any time in its history. The Coalition for the Northeast Corridor (CNEC) is asking Northeast elected officials and policymakers to register on this disturbing truth and fully consider the impacts of forgoing Northeast Corridor infrastructure investment. Superstorm Sandy battered the Northeast seaboard, leaving lasting damage on communities, businesses, and lives. Sandy caused storm

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