Countdown clocks

No more peering down the tunnel in vain for you, G and E train riders! Until the clocks freak out and screw up, anyway.
Like a screeching hawk soaring auspiciously above our forest of madness, the C lines now all have countdown clocks.
Assuming the three-month trial goes well, the Authority is "developing a roll out plan" for the other lettered stations.
At least one seems to be.
Is your station one of them?
They can rebuild it. They have the technology. They have the capability to make the MTA's first fully-functioning subway line.
More or less frustrating than subway countdown clocks?
Certain lines have them, namely the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and L, and the rest don’t. What gives?
Forewarned is forearmed.
While the MTA is happy rolling out its BusTime program, some City Council members want them to try adding countdown clocks. Again.
While the subways will be getting a bit chattier next year, don't expect to see more countdown clocks in your stations anytime soon.
But hey, at least they, uh, changed the lightbulbs on stations along Sixth and Seventh Avenues. "Not only did we change all the light bulbs to make them brighter—we also cleaned the backs of them."
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