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vioreen

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  1. If the pilot program for the express line failed, some trains terminate at Burnside Avenue during rush hours and get taken out of service, instead maybe some Manhattan bound trains can originate there trip from Burnside Avenue while, some can originate from Woodlawn. Since stops that are south of Burnside Avenue have a higher ridership than stops north of Burnside Avenue that way it can alleviate train congestion on the line during rush hours.
  2. There has to be changes on the 4 line. The MTA should restore the rush hour express 4 train in order to alleviate congestion.
  3. Maybe they should restore the V train but to 96 street second avenue and the M train can go back to its old previous service back to bay parkway
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