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Officials say that it would help ease the R's "inexcusable delays, poor service, and sudden schedule shifts."
'When the elevator goes down, it’s 134 steps,' said Brooklyn Community Board 18 vice chair Michael Ien of the Broadway Junction station. 'That is tragic there.'
Interestingly, almost 90% of those arrested for fare evasion are black or Hispanic.
'If you're not careful, you'll end up in a massive downward spiral, because people not paying means there's less money to provide services, which means service degrades, which means even few people pay...'
You may not have noticed, but the MTA says there has been a "dramatic change" for the better!
With Halloween coming next week and the fall chill in the air,
Remember when lunch boxes were made of metal? They weighed more
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