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After the Surge

When Hurricane Sandy made landfall in New Jersey and ravaged much of the U.S. East Coast, it changed the nature of the debate over infrastructure and how to protect lives and property. Photo courtesy FEMA

Moving Beyond the Storm

Mayor Bloomberg Pushes $20-Billion Long-Term Resiliency Plan
The 438-page report offers more than 250 recommendations on how to fortify 15 critical sectors.

Seven Months Later, Region Enters a New Phase
Ideas abound, reconstruction is rolling, and funding is flowing, although not at the same speed and strength with which Superstorm Sandy walloped New York City and the surrounding regions last fall.

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Do you have something to say about Sandy and the recovery effort? Post comments and information at the bottom of this page.

Photo by Mary Servatius

Progress on a Long Recovery Road

Federal Post-Sandy Aid Still Rolling Out
As federal funds continue to roll out and augment insurance payments and other resources, infrastructure work will be a focus, including near-term and long-range projects to fortify the region's public works against future storms.

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Do you have something to say about Sandy and the recovery effort? Post comments and information at the bottom of this page.


A Region Takes Stock of the Storm Surge Threat

Lessons Learned From a Superstorm
The storm stirred up more than debris and muck. Both homeowners and industry groups are considering where to go from here.

Calls for N.Y.-N.J. Region 'Resiliency Czar' to Coordinate Post-Sandy Efforts
Industry groups suggest a myriad of ideas for disaster resistance and resilience in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

Photo Courtesy of Kenneth Wilsey/FEMA

More Sandy News and Analysis
06/11/13 New York City Proposes $19.5-Bil Extreme Weather Plan
06/10/13 Moving On After Sandy
06/10/13 Federal Aid for Post-Sandy Rebuilding Still Rolling Out
06/10/13 After Sandy, FEMA Flood Maps Are a Moving Target
06/07/13 North Carolina Emerged From a 1999 Flood Disaster With An Overhauled Risk Assessment System
06/10/13 Will Sandy Work Trigger More State Site Inspections?
06/10/13 How The Corps Removed 500 Million Gallons In 13 Days In NYC
06/10/13 Homeowners Eye N.Y. and N.J. Buyout Plans
06/10/13 How Sandy-Struck Regions Are Coming Back
06/10/13 New York City's Coming Changes to Zoning and Building Codes Are Meant to Eliminate Conflicts
06/10/13 Coastal Restoration Is Pressing But Controversial
06/10/13 Flooded Plants Seek Ways to Keep the Pumps Running
06/10/13 At Four Years Old, a New Station Needs Rethinking
06/10/13 Tristate Power Companies Surge Ahead With Upgrades
02/16/13 NY Gets $287M from US DOT for Post-Sandy Road, Bridge Repairs
02/08/13 Federal Transit Administration Fast-Tracks $2B in Post-Sandy Aid
01/23/13 Senate Vote Next Step for $50.5B Post-Sandy Funding Bill
01/15/13 House Passes $50.5B Measure for Post-Sandy Rebuilding
01/09/13 Congress Clears $9.7B for Sandy Flood-Aid, N.Y. and N.J. Seek More
01/02/13 House Ends Session Without Considering Post-Sandy Aid
12/31/12 Coping in the Wake of Superstorm Sandy
12/31/12 Coney Island Struggles to Recover After Sandy
12/20/12 2012 in Review: Sandy Ravages Already-Critical Infrastructure
12/07/12 White House Seeks $60.4B for Post-Sandy Recovery, Rebuilding
11/21/12 Clearing Out Superstorm's Soggy Mess
11/21/12 After Storm Passes, L.I. Utility Begins To Feel Blowback
11/21/12 After Superstorm Sandy, New York Mulls Ways to Protect Building Systems
11/21/12 Subway Signal Teams Slog On
11/21/12 Pressurized Tunnel Plug Claims to be Affordable Alternative to Permanent Floodgates
11/07/12 With NYC Tower Crane Secure, Plan Shifts To Recovery
11/07/12 Post-Sandy Mobilization
11/07/12 Prices for Windstorm Insurance Coverage: Heading Higher?
11/07/12 New York Ponders Plan For Next Storm
11/07/12 Damage Assessors Decide Whether Houses Can Be Entered
11/05/12 Claims Under Builders' Risk Policies Likely to Follow Sandy's Trail
11/02/12 Construction Crews Converge for Hurricane Repairs, Restoration
11/02/12 After the Storm: Service, Sales and Philanthropy
10/31/12 Dangling Crane Was Storm-Ready, Contractor Says
10/29/12 Hurricane Sandy Blog Updates
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