"Back in 2015, when riding the subway was but one fixture of our complicated lives, when we slept the sleep of the innocent, then-MTA chairman Thomas Prendergast suggested that installing subway countdown clocks might be a superfluous part of the agency’s budget. But this is 2017, year of the Sweaty Subterranean Hand, year of reckoning. As part of his $800 million emergency overhaul of the system, current part-time MTA Chairman Joe Lhota has assured us that the countdown clocks, stalled for years, will be finished by the end of the year. And like a screeching hawk soaring auspiciously above our forest of madness, the C lines now all have countdown clocks. A small, tangible blow against wickedness."
Like a screeching hawk soaring auspiciously above our forest of madness, the C lines now all have countdown clocks.
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"At a hearing about Manhattan traffic this morning convened by Borough President Gale Brewer, a simple consensus emerged: The fundamental issue is the limited amount of street space in the Manhattan core and the practically unlimited demand to use it. Unless New York puts a price on roads, traffic congestion is going to remain intense." www.streetsblog.org/2015/09/17...