Amid growing questions as to the New Jersey Transit's readiness for the havoc wrecked by Hurricane Sandy, WNYC requested the storm preparedness plans NJT purported to have had in advance of the onset of the storm.
The transit agency complied, sending a three-page document.
All three pages can be seen here. But the pages do not shed light on any sort of plan: all three pages are completely blacked out.
A spokesman for NJT reportedly told WNYC the heavy redactions were necessary due to "recent events including the uncovering of an Al Qaeda-led terrorist plot targeting rail service."
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