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Lex

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  1. I guess it's a good thing I was born after that stopped. I can only imagine the complaints from train crews, to say nothing of those unfortunate enough to have to rely on it...
  2. That was a color-coding joke, though it works better now than it did then.
  3. Considering the routes based out of those yards, you'd think they'd be reversed.
  4. That would've put it directly under a hospital (now Cornell Tech). At least the existing alignment allows for a half-decent subway station for the island.
  5. It largely has to do with the local/express perception (that, admittedly, has some merit, especially over longer distances, but is perhaps a bit too much of a driving force), but there's also the issue of where the trains go. The is an especially bad offender, seeing where it goes in Brooklyn and the Bronx.
  6. Crew availability can really suffer in a pandemic. It also says just how undesirable local service tends to be...
  7. If only we could stop train crews people from being infected...
  8. I was wondering about that. The clarity certainly helps.
  9. I'd like to know that, as well, especially since it's not always easy to tell if someone's just being an ass.
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