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“Climate control didn’t exist when the subway system was built more than a century ago, and the air conditioning units on trains discharge a lot of heat into tunnels and stations,” MTA spokesman Shams Tarek said. “We’re working hard to reduce delays so we can get our customers off the platforms and on their way in an air conditioned car.”
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