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MTA spent $2.5M on new clerk uniforms


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MTA spent $2.5M on new clerk uniforms

As the MTA geared up to take straphangers to the cleaners, it spent about $2.5 million dressing up token booth clerks with spiffy new uniforms.


Over the past several months, 3,500 workers in the subway stations department have been trading in their traditional work outfits - blue shirts, blue pants - for a more formal look: white shirts and gray trousers, or skirts for the ladies working behind the glass.


The men get gray and black ties; female workers ascots. The new wardrobe also includes a burgundy vest, burgundy sweater and burgundy coat.


Full story: nydailynews_logo.gif icon_offsite.png - December 26, 2007

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