NYC Bids to Secure Subways But 'No Guarantees'
New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said on Monday the city was working hard to prevent an attack on its trains and buses but that the largest U.S. mass transit system was still vulnerable. New York had 2,800 transit police officers protecting transit, primarily guarding the subways, he said. In addition to their presence, they will conduct station and train sweeps, while the city has hot lines for vigilant passengers to report anything suspicious. “We can think of hundreds of scenarios … (in which an attack is) feasible, but we’ve done a lot to prevent it,” Kelly told CBS’ “The Early Show.” “It’s an issue of being aware of your environment. There’s no guarantees. We live in a dangerous world.” Full Story