When you get on a train in New York City, your fate lies in the hands of the MTA. But lately, more than ever, those subways and trains seem to be leaving people stuck. And if you’re really unlucky – underground and sweating. As riders are increasingly inconvenienced, businesses are also being hurt. Andrew Hoan is the President and CEO of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce where he advocates for business and growth in the city’s biggest borough. He’s here to take us on a verbal walk down Atlantic Avenue, talk about how Brooklyn needs to think beyond the subways and explain why the Brooklyn Billion should be getting people excited.