Imagine New York City with a subway system that didn’t run around the clock?
The experts at the Regional Plan Association believe that removing the 24/7 system will help to build a reliable transit system for the growing metropolitan area.
“We think that the days of the 24/7 subway system in New York are coming to an end,” RPA president Tom Wright told reporters of the controversial idea. “With overnight weekday ridership averaging 85,000 passengers, keeping trains running “doesn’t make sense,” Wright added.
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