The MTA may be getting a bailout, but that also comes with some cutbacks in other areas. As in, say goodbye to your station agent (200 will be eliminated). The NYC Comptroller's office declares, "Station agents are the eyes and ears of the subway system. By their very presence, they reduce the likelihood of fare-beating, vandalism, assaults and more serious crime. They help riders and make the subways easier to navigate." So when you see something, will you be able to say something? See how many positions were eliminated at your local stop, with this website from the Comptroller's office. Will you feel less safe without one on duty?