A lock-off has become more and more common across the New York subway system, and the city is preparing for the worst.
According to Bloomberg, New Yorkers will be able to board trains in five boroughs by the end of the year.
This will mean a complete lockdown of the entire system.
The lock-ons, which were first implemented in the 1970s, have been widely implemented over the last decade.
According to the New Yorker, the lock-offs have been a success for subway riders, who have not been inconvenienced during the lockdown.
Bloomberg reports that some New Yorkers are still being told to stay inside, but others are being able to move around freely.
In addition to the lockdowns, subway stations are also being closed to the public.
The MTA has begun testing new technology, including a video-monitoring system, to allow the public to use the system as they please.
This will be a major relief for subway passengers who are waiting for trains to start boarding.
Many commuters have been unable to get onto trains because of the lockouts.
Bloomberg says that a new subway line will be built to serve the city’s growing population of immigrants.
This new line will begin in Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan and will eventually run to New Jersey and up to New York City.
The city is also working on the construction of a second subway line, which will run from the Bronx to Manhattan.
New York Gov.
Andrew Cuomo announced this plan during a speech on Wednesday.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced this week that he is working to build a third subway line that will run between the Bronx and Manhattan.