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New York and New Jersey transit agencies continue to recover from Hurricane Sandy — and not just by making system repairs. The storm prompted agency executives to take a close look at how they can harden their infrastructure to withstand future storms and other acts of nature, as Progressive Railroading reported in its March cover story. In this audio clip, Joshua Schank, president and chief executive officer of the Eno Center for Transportation, talks about how Hurricane Sandy underscored the need for storm-resiliency investments — and the need to prioritize them.