If you have ever wondered how public transit trains stay in good working condition, hard-working welders have a lot to do with it. People have a lot of questions about the New York City Transit Company, MTA. That’s why they put out informative content such as this video on the professionals who repair and maintain subway trains every day.
The Welding Company That Maintains Trains
New York’s working people can’t afford much downtime for accidents and the unforeseen. So the MTA maintains a hard-working team of welders who are the best in the business.
Every day, MTA’s team of welders comes to work to repair, fabricate, and maintain hundreds of thousands of metal parts for working trains.
These parts include pieces that keep the automatic doors on track, parts of the body of the train, components of the wheels and undercarriage, and so much more. Public transit riders never see the people who work hard to ensure the trains they ride are safe, sturdy, and secure. But they count on them nonetheless.
The job of a welder is to join two or more pieces of iron, steel, aluminum, and other metals by creating a secure and sturdy joint. It’s demanding yet rewarding work, and the people of MTA are proud to do it.