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Riders: R, V lines not up to par

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Riders: R, V lines not up to par

 

The R and V subway lines received mediocre grades in the latest rider report card results released by New York City Transit.

 

Straphangers gave both Queens-to-Manhattan lines an overall C-minus grade.

 

The R received its lowest grades, Ds, for inaudible station and train announcements and uninformative station announcements. The V also received a D for inaudible station announcements.

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WTF? The lowest grade for the R should be Wait Time for Trains and Minimal Delays for trains! When i got the thing obviously i filled out "F" for both of them.

 

The R should recieve the most a "D".

 

and what's wrong with the V? The V is a good line! The only problem is that it dosen't come weekends

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WTF? The lowest grade for the R should be Wait Time for Trains and Minimal Delays for trains! When i got the thing obviously i filled out "F" for both of them.

 

The R should recieve the most a "D".

 

and what's wrong with the V? The V is a good line! The only problem is that it dosen't come weekends

 

The thing is with the V. It's becoming a bit of a burden. Beside it not coming on the weekends, it has a tendency of showing up late and the crowding sucks.

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I think the (R) got a bad rap. The (R) should have gotten at least a C. I ride it briefly every morning and it's not that bad.

 

The (V) I don't know about. I hardly ever use it.

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