F train riders, the MTA is thinking about you, even though the agency might jack fares up and reduce service in other ways. NY1 reports, "New York City Transit ran a test overnight of an F train with an 11th car attached. The train normally has just 10 cars." Why? Because the F line is really crowded and NYCT officials want to see if "the longer train will be accommodated by signals and stations. If trains cannot be safely run closer together, capacity can be increased with the extra car." Interesting! Of course, this depends on station design and other issues—oh, yeah, and NYCT admits, "We obviously neither have the capital nor operating funding to implement anything like this in the foreseeable future"— but another line that needs more train capacity is the Lexington Avenue line.