MTA proposes $80 million to increase safety for all New York City commuters

The board will vote on next year’s budget

The board will vote on next year’s budget plan in December.

The MTA is aiming to beef up security across the board for its commuters.

The transit agency has allotted more than $80 million in its 2015 budget proposal for a series of safety initiatives on the roads, subways and rails.

Some of the money will be spent on track inspections and maintenance of the city's subway system. When it comes to the bridges and tunnels, the MTA wants to hire...

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