Poor Subway Station Design Creates Kinship Among New Yorkers- Dave Burdick posted in Cities, Environment and Public Transportation
This New York Times story is a pretty entertaining look at how subway riders starting at an inconveniently designed station communicate to one another which type of train is coming—and therefore whether they should ascend or descend the stairs between platforms.
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Poor Subway Station Design Creates Kinship Among New Yorkers
Dave Burdick posted in Cities, Environment and Public Transportation

This New York Times story is a pretty entertaining look at how subway riders starting at an inconveniently designed station communicate to one another which type of train is coming—and therefore whether they should ascend or descend the stairs between platforms.

Continue to nytimes.com

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