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Can You Believe New Yorkers Are Simply NOT Obeying Those Instructional Subway Arrow Mats?

Gothamist Monday, 17 July 2017
Can You Believe New Yorkers Are Simply NOT Obeying Those Instructional Subway Arrow Mats?Earlier this month, the MTA rolled out a pilot program on select C trains in an effort to combat subway delays. One of the first steps in their $20 million "six-point plan," it inspired little confidence in the straphangers who are dealing with overcrowding and delays on a daily basis. Why? Because it's just a sticker with arrows on it, more fitting for a kindergarten classroom or Subway For Dummies book than a transit system in a major city, and it was presumably purchased with real money (the MTA has not responded to our requests for more details on the feature and its costs). [ more › ]
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An epidemic of subway delays has incited outrage among New Yorkers. According to the MTA, however, the main problem isn’t track work or technical failures; it’s overcrowding. More than a third of all delays are caused by riders.

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