New York City's subway system is kind of a mess right now, and the state's governor is getting involved.
"The current state of decline is wholly unacceptable," Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. "And we're going to do something, and we're going to do something about it now."
Cuomo declared a state of emergency for the NYC subway. He also pledged to funnel an additional $1 billion to the Metropolitan Transit Authority, but it wasn't super clear where that money would come from.
Cuomo has asked returning MTA chairman Joe Lhota to reevaluate the agency's structure and how it spends its money. Any major additional funding will likely have to be approved by the state legislature first.