Submitted by ub on Wed, 03/12/2014 - 09:35

Overdue investments continue to pile up for New York’s aging infrastructure. The Center for an Urban Future states that while Super-storm Sandy focused much-needed attention on key pieces of NYC’s infrastructure, the city faces a number of other vulnerabilities that have little to do with storm-preparedness. These range from from aging water mains and deteriorating roads to many crumbling public schools.

An alarming report states that if left unchecked, they could wreak havoc on the economy of The Big Apple and and quality of life of New Yorkers.