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Late Clear

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  1. You won't be able to use your phone for anything. Drill until you're comfortable. Everyone is different. Don't get too overwhelmed initially if you're not grasping or retaining all the material verbatim. It's a lot easier to memorize something you understand and that takes a little bit of time. Patience is the name of the game here. Lots of material in a very short amount of time.
  2. Not really that much money if you think about it.
  3. Good luck. Be proactive in keeping your health. Stay away from fast food, soda, sugar, etc.
  4. R62 & R68A braking package needs an update otherwise this is probably the best equipment transit has ever had it's a shame they are not investing into it.
  5. Things happen for reason. Do your best to appeal if you have the desire to, but don't be too disappointed. This is tough job that will take a toll on you. When one door closes, another will open. If I had to do it all over again, I'm not sure I would.
  6. Like everyone in transit uses these (except me) so make sure you put something on it that will make it stand out like a string or keychain, some pins/patches or something. Anything with a removable strap is acceptable as per that bulletin you must carry your bag when you cross the roadbed.
  7. Lately as far as service is concerned, it's been good publicity, other than the assaults. Hopefully it'll change the image of NYCTA. Majority of the people down here do the best they can everyday and 99% of it goes unnoticed. No one expects a pat on the back for a job well down but the negative light needs to stop.
  8. I would really love to agree with you, however, only time will tell, past practice has taught us otherwise. Only time will tell
  9. R32's are still on the road, anything is possible. They don't need new equipment without new signals.
  10. All I see is that the R62 and R68s have at least a minimum of 20 years left to go at this rate.
  11. I am in RTO. They want to speed up service. It's also contract time.
  12. And I have bridge to sell you.
  13. CBTC is a nice thought but the length of the execution is completely unrealistic. 10 years plus per line. There's got to be a better way. They should of never abandoned cab signals in the 70s.
  14. Yup... that's why it's always best to not cover anything up and deal with the consequences. Always operate as if every train and every signal has a recorder, and you'll be fine.
  15. A lot of those practices come from B division towers. If you key a signal without permission in the A division ATS knows.

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