MTA needs funding influx to fix signals, Cuomo says

Rich Barone, the vice president for transportation at the Regional Plan Association, said the MTA was the one of the last remaining major subway systems relying primarily on what’s known as a fixed-block signal system. With a fixed-block system, tracks are broken into sections that report whether they’re occupied in order to ensure trains keep a safe distance from each other.

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