New York City should learn from Bangkok to avoid its subway from being flooded

5 Ideas That Could Have Prevented Flooding in New York – theatlanticcities.com, October 31, 2012
[Thanks to Daniel for pointing this out.]
…As we saw this week, flooding can devastate an underground network of tunnels, train platforms and corridors. So how do you keep more of that water out? For one thing, elevating subway entrances would help. Bangkok, another low-lying city susceptible to rising tides, has built precisely these kinds of subway entrances…

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One Response to New York City should learn from Bangkok to avoid its subway from being flooded

  1. waerth says:

    COOL they used my picture in the article!!

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