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  1. Certainly odd to say the least. Reminds me of how subway cars were vandalized with graffiti on a daily basis back in the 80's.
  2. The front ones on the R46 and R68 are fine and have been for years now, no need to change it. The 32s are too old to need them now, but at least being able to distinguish color on the 142-179s helps a lot at rush hour. They’re also dirt cheap anyways.
  3. Why do hyperbolic threads like these even exist?
  4. I honestly don't know if that "acorn stairlift" type thing will work, but I will say that if it did, it likely wouldn't be going in a super high ridership station that demands that people must get through it as quickly as possible. This would belong in a smaller to moderate station whose area (population wise) is little served by accessibility, where it could have it's uses as people don't need to move too efficiently. Anything bigger than that, and the elevators the way to go, no debate there.
  5. People that tend to annoy me are those closed off to outside ideas, and would rather complain aimlessly than critique objectively. I’m victim to it myself on some occasions. I could give a personal example, but there’s too many to list...
  6. Many people are still affected badly by it might I add... But yeah I agree, the will feed it down our throats while they can bluntly save cash in the process, I'm sure it'll get some positive or noteworthy press and some bus-fanners for a while too. The sad thing with this is, just like in Staten Island. There is potential in fixing and maintaining the network here if we actually put aside a good idea on the table, since I will say the current setup isn't even close to perfect at all.
  7. Indeed, it was a dumb idea to begin with ! Do you really think if everybody had a gun, especially in America, no controversy or trouble would occur when it's threatens/fires on people? Just one man used a gun back in 1984 to fend off pestering strap-hangers on this subway, and it sent the nation into a huge debate on the topic in general. It didn't stop anybody from riding the system though. Giving people guns may be a solution for some to a problem, but it is not a unanimous solution for all and never will stop some people as @GojiMet86 said.
  8. Cant wait to see someone post about that on r/thathappened lol.
  9. These recent hits seem more irritating to me regardless of the purpose. Least of our problems I suppose but still disappointing to see.
  10. That makes sense. I was always under the belief that this was the tight control of the city. The bridge still needs to be upgraded or replaced in my opinion, make it faster for both boats and trains to pass through.
  11. That's actually a really good point you brought up, parents can only go so far for their children sometimes. Even one little slip up as you and @ABOGbrooklyn pointed out can lead to a huge butterfly effect. I still encourage people to try hard in protecting children near the subway, since these events could be better prevented.
  12. Sometimes unfortunately, you can't question peoples instincts and luck into getting into and out of certain places, that may be beyond the point here. I do agree with you however that his parent's should've definitely kept a better eye on him, especially as the child's life isn't guaranteed on the subway seeing his state. Total applauds to Mr. Kiffin though, his natural instincts in saving the child show a true capability of T/O's to remain professional and act fast.
  13. Chopping down a few trees wont make climate change effects come any sooner frankly. It's a minuscule trade-off for a proposal with theoretical potential to work.
  14. That to Rosedale idea belongs somewhere else... Gimme a break with these proposals.
  15. I could see both the former option happening realistically and I support it, it has happened many times before and people deal with it good enough. The latter option may come a little bit later eventually since that bridge is fine. That sounds like a legal nightmare frankly between the and the city, it'll take years for that idea to pass in the area (if at all). I'd focus on making the raising and closing process of the bridge quicker and/or more reliable for now, or raising it higher.

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