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[文化博览] 【整理】2012-02-01 超级城市纽约 NewYork—2

 

 

 

超级城市巡礼 纽约  |  NewYork CITY

 

 



    纽约绰号大苹果,美国第一大城,高达八百万的人口分布在五大区。纽约快速的生活节奏举世闻名,当地75%的人口都搭乘公共交通工具,纽约的地铁提供了全美最佳的公共运输系统。然而这个全球最忙碌的交通系统,每天都面临着来自人类、大自然和时间的残酷考验。维护乘客和工作人员的安全,成了紧急救援小组的首要任务。

    纽约市(New York City)是美国最大城市及第一大港,世界第十三大城市,位于美国大西洋海岸的东北部,纽约州东南部。一个多世纪以来,纽约市一直是世界上最重要的商业和金融中心之一。纽约市是一座全球化的大都市,并直接影响着全球的媒体、政治、教育、娱乐以及时尚界。纽约与英国伦敦、日本东京并称为世界三大国际都会。此外由于联合国总部设于该市,因此被世人誉为“世界之都”。纽约市还是众多世界级博物馆、画廊和演艺比赛场地的所在地,使其成为西半球的文化及娱乐中心之一。由于在二十世纪初,纽约对外来移民来说是个崭新的天地,处处充满机会,因此纽约常被称为“大苹果”,便是取“好看、好吃,人人都想咬一口”之意。由于纽约24小时运营地铁和从不间断的人群,纽约又被称为“不夜城”。而“哥谭镇(愚人村)”这个昵称则出自于美国小说家华盛顿·欧文(Washington Irving)在1807年写的小说。

 

 

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New York has a second nickname,“ the city that never sleeps”, an insomnia metropolis in perpetual motion. Like the city, the subway never rests. It runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's the fastest way to get around. Average speed on asphalt 10 kilometers per hour. Average speed on rails, 48 kilometers per hour.



Conceived in the 19th century, it was the world's first subway with four track service, two local tracks, two express. No waiting. In a city chokes by congestion, the subway was a breakthrough.


From a single line tentacles spread across the city to become the most extensive subway system on earth.  



Twenty-seven lines run along 1300 kilometers of track, enough to stretch from Rome to Amsterdam, linking the system 468 stations, more than any other system in the world. The system extends its reach through a complex web of infrastructure, 68 bridges over land, water, 14 tunnels under rivers, 2 key rail links, and one of the world's oldest ferries.



Every working day, trains carry 4.5 million people, nearly the entire population of Norway, making it one of the world's busiest subway systems. Within this vital organ, life pulses with speed of a New York minute. And everyday the city struggles to keep it beating and keep it safe. To outsiders, this megacity can seem one big faceless metropolis. To New Yorkers, it's a vast patchwork of neighborhoods, each but its own identity, all linked by these precious threads Z-steel.

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New York has a second nickname, the city that never sleeps, an insomnia metropolis in perpetual motion. Like the city, the subway never rests. It runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's the fastest way to get around. Average speed on us walk, 10 kilometers per hour. Average speed on rails, 48 kilometers per hour.


Conceived in 19th century, it was the world's first subway with full track service, to local trucks, to express. No waiting me. In a city chokes by congestion, the subway was a breakthrough. From a single line tentacle spread across the city to the current most extensive subway system on earth.  

Twenty- seven lines run along 13 hundred kilometers of track, enough to stretch from Rome to Amsterdam, making the system 468 stations, more than any other system in the world. The system extends reach through complex federal infrastructure, 68 bridges over land, water, 14 tunnels under rivers, 2 key rail links, and one of the world's oldest ferries.

Every working day, trains carry 4.5 million people, nearly the entire population of Norway, making it one of the world's busiest subway systems. Within this vital organ, life pulses with scheme of New York means. And everyday the city struggles to keep it beating and keep it safe. To outsiders, this megacity can seem one big phasemass metropolis. To New Yorkers, it's a vast patchwork of neighborhoods, each with its own identity, all linked by this pressure- threat z-steel.
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[Homework]2012-02-01 超级城市纽约 NewYork—2

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New York has a 2nd nickname--the City that Never Sleeps,an insomania metropolis perpetual motion, like the city the subway never rests, it runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's the fastest way to get around, average speed on **, 10km/h, average speed on rails, 48km/h. Conceived in the 19 century, it was the world subway with 4 track survice, 2 local tracks, 2 express, no waiting.
In the city, chokes by congestion, the subway was a breakthrough. From a single line, tentacles spread across the city to become the most extensive subways system on earth. 27 lines run along 1300 kilometers in track in an after strech from Rome to Amsterdam. Linking the system, 468 stations, more than any other system in the world. The system extends as which for a complex web infrasture, 68 bridges over lined water, 14 tunnels under rivers, 2 key rail links. And one the world's oldest findings.
Every working day, trains carry 4.5 million people, nearlly the entire population of Norway, making it one of the world's busiest subway systems. Within this vital organ, life pulses with ** of a New York minute. And everyday, the city strugles to keep it beating, and keep it safe. To outsiders, this megacity can seem one big phassmass metropolis. To New Yorkers, it's a vast patchwork neighborhoods each with it's own identity, all linked by this pressures threat z-steel.

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New York has a second nickname--the City that Never Sleeps, an insomania metropolis in perpetual motion, like the city the subway never rests, it runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's the fastest way to get around, average speed on us walk--10km/h, average speed on rails--48km/h. Conceived in the 19th century, it was the world's first subway with four track service, two local tracks, two express, no waiting.
In the city chokes by congestion, the subway was a breakthrough. From a single line, tentacles spread across the city to become the most extensive subways system on earth. 27 lines run along 1300 kilometers of track in an after strech from Rome to Amsterdam. Linking the system, 468 stations, more than any other system in the world. The system extends as which through a complex web infrastructure, 68 bridges over land water, 14 tunnels under rivers, two key rail links. And one of the world's oldest ferries.
Every working day, trains carry 4.5 million people, nearlly the entire population of Norway, making it one of the world's busiest subway systems. Within this vital organ, life pulses with its speed of a New York minute. And everyday, the city struggles to keep it beating, and keep it safe. To outsiders, this megacity can seem one big phassmass metropolis. To New Yorkers, it's a vast patchwork of neighborhoods each with it's own identity, all linked by this pressure threat z-steel.
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[Homework]2012-02-01 超级城市纽约 NewYork—2

New York has a second nickname the city that never sleeps, an insomnia metropolis in perpetual motion. Like the city, the subway never rests. It runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It's the fastest way to get around. Average speed on Ashford, ten kilometers per hour. Average speed on rails, 48 kilometers per hour. Concede in the 19th century, it was the world's first subway with four track service, two local tracks, two express. No waiting. In a city choked by congestion, the subway was a breakthrough.From a single line, tentacles spread across the city to become the most extensive subway system on earth. 27 lines run along 1,300 kilometer of track, enough to stretch from Roman to Amsterdam, linking a system of 468 stations, more than any system in the world. The system extends its reach to a complex web infrastructure. 68 bridges over land or water. 14 tunnels under rivers. Two key rail links. And one of the world's oldest ferries.
Every working day, trains carry 4.5 million people, nearly the entire population of Norway, making it one of the world's busiest subway systems. Within this vital organ, life pulses with the speed of New York Minute. And everyday the city struggles to keep it beating and keep it safe. To outsiders, this megacity can seem one big phaseless metropolis. To New Yorkers, it's a vast patch work of neighbourhoods, each with its own identity, all linked by this precious thread z-steel.



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本帖最后由 tushengan 于 2012-2-1 13:17 编辑

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New York has a second nickname, the city that never sleeps, an insomnia metropolis in perpetual motion. Like the city, the subway never rests. It runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's the fastest way to get around. Average speed on us foot, 10 kilometers per hour. Average speed on rails, 48 kilometers per hour.

Conceived in 19th century, it was the world's first subway with 4 track service, 2 local tracks, 2 express. No waiting. In a city chokes by congestion, the subway was a breakthrough. From a single line, tentacle spread across the city to become most extensive subway system on earth.  

Twenty- seven lines run along 13 hundred kilometers of track, enough to stretch from Rome to Amsterdam. Making the system, 468 stations, more than any other system in the world. The system extends reach through complex web infrastructure, 68 bridges over land and water, 14 tunnels under rivers, 2 key rail links, and one of the world's oldest ferries.

Every working day, trains carry 4.5 million people, nearly the entire population of Norway, making it one of the world's busiest subway systems. Within this vital organ, life pulses with speed of New York minute, and everyday the city struggles to keep it beating and keep it safe. To outsiders, this megacity can seem one big phaseless metropolis. To New Yorkers, it's a vast patchwork of neighborhoods, each with its own identity, all linked by these precious, thread z-steel.
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[Homework]2012-02-01 超级城市纽约 NewYork—2

New York has a second nickname the city that never sleeps,an insomnia metropolis in perpetual motion.Like the city,the subway never rests.It runs 24 hours a day,7 days a week.It's fastest the way to get around.Average speed on ansport 10 kilometers per hour.Average speed on rails 48 kilometers per hour.Considered in the 19th century,it was world's first subway with 4 track services:2 local tracks,2 express.No waiting minute. In a city, chokes by congestion, the subway was a breakthrough.From a single line,tentacles spread across the city to become the most  extensive system on earth. 27 lines run along 13.000 kilometers of track, enough to stretch from Rome to Amsterdam. Linking the system,468 stations,more than any other system in the world. The system extends rich through complex web of the infrastructure,68 bridges over landwater,14 tunnels under rivers,2 key rail links, and one of the world oldest ferries. Every working day, trains carry 4.5 million people, nearly the entire population of Norway, making
it one of the world's busiest subway systems.Within this vital organ, life pulses the speed of New York minute.And everyday the city struggles to keep it beating, and keep it safe. To outsiders, this mecacity can seem one big faceless metropolis.To New Yorkers, it's a vast patchwork of neighborhoods, each by its own identity,all linked by these pressure thread z-steel.









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[Homework]2012-02-01 超级城市纽约 NewYork—2

New York has a second nickname---the city that never sleeps and insomnia motropolis in perpetual motion.Like the city,the subway never rests,it runs 24 hours a day,seven days a week.It is the fast way to get around,average speed on us foot 10 kilometers per hours,average speed on rails,48 kilometers per hours. Con*** in the 19th century,it was the world's first subway before track service, two local tracks,two express,no wating.
In a city chocked by conjestion,the subway was a breakthrough.From a single line,tentacle spread across the city to the coming most extensive subway system on earth.27 lines runs along 13  hundred kilometers of track,enough stretch from Roma to amsterdam ,linking the system 468 stations more than any other system in the world,the system extents ite reach through complex web  infrastruture,68 bridges over land or water,14 tunnels on the river ,two key railways,and one of the world oldest ferries. Every working day ,trains carry 4.5 million people,nearly the entire population of Norway.making it one of the world's easiest subway systems,within this vital organ,life pulse of the speed of New york minute,And every day the city sruggles to keep it beating and keep it safe,To outsiders ,the mego city can see one big phaseless metropolis,To Newyorkers,it is the vast patchwork of neighbourhood,each  identity all linked by these precious thread z-steel.

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New York has a second nickname, the city that never sleeps, an insomania metropolis in perpetual motion.  like the city , the subway never rests. It runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. it's the fastest way to get around. Average speed on us folk, 10km per hour. Average speed on rails, 48km per hour. conceived in 19 century,  it's the world's first subway with four tack service. two local tarcks, two express, no waiting. In the city chocked by congestion, the subway was a breakthrough. From a single line, tentacle spread  across the ciry, to become the most extensive system on earth. 27lines run along 1300km's track, enough to stretch from Rome to Amsterdam, linking the system 468stations, more than any other system in the world, the system extend its rich and complex web-infrastructure. 68 bridges over land and water, 14 tunnels under rivers, two key rail links, and one of the world's oldest ferries. every working day trains carrying 4.5million people, nearly the entire population of norway, making it one of  the world's most busiest subway system. within this vital oragan, life pulses speed of New york minute. And eveyday the city struggles to keep it beating and keep its safe, to outsiders this mega city can seem one big *** metroplis,  to New Yorkers it's a vast patchwork of neighbourhood. each with its own identity, all linked by this pressure threat z-steel.
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本帖最后由 wangkejun1105 于 2012-2-2 09:03 编辑

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New York has a second nickname,“ the city that never sleeps, an insomnia(失眠) metropolis in perpetual motion. Like the city, the subway never rests. It runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's the fastest way to get around. Average speed on us walk(asphalt沥青路面,也就是公路的速度才每小时10公里,但地铁可达48), 10 kilometers per hour. Average speed on rails, 48 kilometers per hour.

Conceived in the 19th century, it was the world's first subway with full(four) track service, to (two) local trucks (tracks), to (two) express. No waiting me(删除). In a city chokes by congestion, the subway was a breakthrough. From a single line tentacle(
s)(触须) spread across the city to the current most extensive subway system on earth.  

Twenty- seven lines run along 1300 kilometers of track, enough to stretch from Rome to Amsterdam, making (linking) the system 468 stations, more than any other system in the world. The system extends  its reach through a complex federal (web) infrastructure, 68 bridges over land, water, 14 tunnels under rivers, 2 key rail links (roundings?), and one of the world's oldest ferries.

Every working day, trains carry 4.5 million people, nearly the entire population of Norway, making it one of the world's busiest subway systems. Within this vital organ, life pulses with scheme (speed) of a New York means (minute). And everyday the city struggles to keep it beating and keep it safe. To outsiders, this megacity can seem one big phasemass(?) metropolis. To New Yorkers, it's a vast patchwork (大杂烩) of neighborhoods, each with its own identity, all linked by this pressure- threat z-steel.
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New York has a second nickname, the city that never sleeps, an insomnia metropolis in perpetual motion. Like the city, the subway never rests. It runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's the fastest way to get around. Average speed on S fold, 10 kilometers per hour. Average speed on rails, 48 kilometers per hour. Considered in the 19th century, it was the world's first subway with four-track service, 2 local trucks, 2 express, no waiting. In a city chokes by congestion, the subway was a breakthrough. From a single line tentacle spread across the city to become the most extensive subway system on earth.  
27 lines run along 1,300 kilometers of track, enough to stretch from Rome to Amsterdam, making the system 468 stations, more than any other system in the world. The system extends to reach through complex web of infrastructure, 68 bridges over land and water, 14 tunnels under rivers, 2 key rail links, and one of the world's oldest ferries.
Every working day, trains carry 4.5 million people, nearly the entire population of Norway, making it one of the world's busiest subway systems. Within this vital organ, life pulses with the speed of New York minute. And everyday the city struggles to keep it beating and keep it safe.
To outsiders, this megacity concede one big phasemass metropolis. To New Yorkers, it's a vast patchwork of neighborhoods, each with its own identity, all linked by this precious thread z-steel.
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New York has a second nickname 'the city that never sleeps'- an insomnia metropolis in perpetual motion. Like the city , the subway never rests. It runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is the fastest way to get around. Average speed on  us walk, 10 km/h; average speed on rails, 48 km/h. Conceived in the 19th century, it's the world's first subway with 4 track service:  2 local tracks, 2 express. No waiting. In a city chokes by congestion, the subway was a breakthrough. From a single line, tentacles spread across the city to become the most extensive subway system on earth. 27 lines run along 1300km of track enough to stretch from Rome to Armsterdam, linking the system, 468 stations, more than any other system in the world. The system extends its reach through a complex web of infrastructure. 68 bridges over land or water, 14 tunnels under rivers, 2 key rail links and one of the world's oldest ferries. Every working day, trains carry 4.5 million people, nearly the entire population of Norway, making it one of the world's busiest subway system. Within this vital organ, life pulses at the speed of a New York minute. And every day, the city struggles to keep it beating and keep it safe. To outsiders, this megacity can be seen one big face of this metropolis; to New Yorkers, it's a vast patchwork of neighbourhoods, each with its own identity. All linked by this precious thread--Z-steel(Z形钢)
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New York has a second nickname,“ the city that never sleeps”, an insomnia metropolis in perpetual motion. Like the city, the subway never rests. It runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's the fastest way to get around. Average speed on asphalt 10 kilometers per hour. Average speed on rails, 48 kilometers per hour.
Conceived in the 19th century, it was the world's first subway with four track service, two local tracks, two express. No waiting. In a city chokes by congestion, the subway was a breakthrough.
From a single line tentacles spread across the city to become the most extensive subway system on earth.  
Twenty-seven lines run along 1300 kilometers of track, enough to stretch from Rome to Amsterdam, linking the system 468 stations, more than any other system in the world. The system extends its reach through a complex web of infrastructure, 68 bridges over land, water, 14 tunnels under rivers, 2 key rail links, and one of the world's oldest ferries.
Every working day, trains carry 4.5 million people, nearly the entire population of Norway, making it one of the world's busiest subway systems. Within this vital organ, life pulses with speed of a New York minute. And everyday the city struggles to keep it beating and keep it safe. To outsiders, this megacity can seem one big faceless metropolis. To New Yorkers, it's a vast patchwork of neighborhoods, each but its own identity, all linked by these precious threads Z-steel.
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[Homework]【整理】2012-02-01 超级城市纽约 NewYork—2

We are expected to be perfect every single day. You're dealing with millions of people and only it takes one person to delay everything. It could be a sick passengerk, it could be a crime.
Just because this is the train disapearing on the ground, dosen't mean trouble won't follow. On a normal day, Abes' biggest concern isn't terrorists, it is his fellow citizens.
New York is New York. We have crime up here and down there. Just as we do in the streets. Anything that have in the streets have in the subway.
The subway also carries its own built in hazards. In 1991, 5 people were killed and more than 200 injured in a train derailed in Manhattan. In 2000, 66 people were injured when another train derailed in Brooklyn. Accidents on the subway are like farms in Manhattan, a rarity. Yet no motorman can take the * without looking over his shoulder, a disaster that struck other systems. 1975, a crowded rush hour train crashed into a deadend along the London underground. 43 people died. 1995, the worst subway disaster in history, in the capital of Azerbaijan, a crowded subway train catched fire in a tunnel, some 300 people, P*. Then there is terrorism, French police blame radical Muslims for a 1995 attack on the Paris Metro. Russian police suspected terrorists in a 2004 boiming to Moscow subway. Perhaps the most frightening, the deadly * gas attack on the Tokyo subway that sent thousands to the hospital and 12 to their graves. And then came 911. It drove the message home. Along these rails, New York stands guard for danger. On a beautiful Indian summer morning, it struck from the most unlikely quarter. Right out of the clear blue sky, an unprecedented catastrophe has stopped New York.



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