We have a question for New York City Transit and the MTA: how come the L Train gets all the good stuff? They have the high tech signals. They've got the electronic signs telling you how long you have to wait before the next train you can't squeeze into will be. And, now, they're getting "a computer screen at each end of the platform showing a graphic representation of the entire L line and the location of every train on it." WTF? It's interesting the bureaucrats aren't pimping out a line used by some of their politically-connected riders instead of showering nihilistic hipsters with gifts they will only find ironic. Do you know what they're going to do to your little screens at Myrtle Avenue, dudes? [NYT]
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