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Unusal sign change on rail

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I was riding the northeast line from Trenton to Newark at 4 pm. The train was 3806. The reason why i said this is unusual for me because they probably reprogram the signage on rail car to make it easier. I was on double decker train. 

Here what i noticed:

1- they show on signage what train it is which is "TRAIN 3806" then " NEXT STOP ....."

2-No signage saying " WELCOME ABOARD", " NJ TRANSIT",  "PLEASE WATCH THE GAP WHEN LEAVING THE TRAIN" etc etc etc

3-The car i was sitting was probably damaged by SANDY because when the computer is doing the talking all i heard was the rumbling noise, but  when the live crew speak on the intercoms, you can hear the voices clear. 

 

 

Did anyone notice the changes in signage lately?

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i think they reprogram the signage because i rode the north jersey coast line and they got the train number on it too

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Most ML's now show the train numbers. Helps ease the confusion over whether this train will stop at your station or is an express to the same destination.

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i agree with Amtrak because i got off the multilevel car again after Devils vs Flyers game and the car was made in 2008. Flyers you suck.lol

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