Public hearings into the city's response are promised. What lessons might be learned or solutions found? Probably not what Robert Wenzel suggested yesterday:
It's time to return the subways to the private sector. I am not talking about "privatizing" in the sense that the city oversees and hires private contractors. I am talking about the city getting out of the subway business and auctioning off the lines, so that they are bought and brought into the 21st century.