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Old Today, 12:00 PM
 
Location: Confines of the 101 Precinct
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I think they are out earlier though. I don't use the subway much, but when I do it tends to be in the evening.
Usually rush hour times, but I have seen a couple on the weekends.
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Old Today, 12:09 PM
 
Location: In the heights
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MTA claims it's more people reporting issues rather than actually dirtier trains. For me, I haven't noticed much of a change, but I'm totally for cleaning up the trains and stations more. An easy way to do that is to close down stations and lines for a few hours on weeknights from 1 to 4 am in order to be able to manage cleaning and with replacements service with robust night bus services mirroring train service routes, but running more frequently than the trains normally would. These buses should have traffic signal priority so in the relatively empty streets of that period of time, you essentially get the same speed, but more frequency while also allowing for cleanup and maintenance of the train lines
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Here goes another one who thinks it will really get that bad again

U guys must be scared to death walking outside nowadays
Nah. They would love for things to get to that point.

I’ve lived in many places, live in Spain for about two years now and I would never hate on NYC. Ever. Of course I was actually born there.
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