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MTA Door Safety?

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When I was on the (D) earlier some random dude walked up to the conductors door in the middle car and opened it with a key he was hiding under a rag or clothes or something. He walked in, and closed the door. I got off at the next stop which was mine and saw that he was in thr next car. Ergo he opened the second door, walked across the gantry while the train was MOVING and opened the next door. He did not look like a TA employee in any way.

 

Why doesn't the MTA do something about this. There have been numerous break-in incidents over the last few months. They really need to make it more secure.

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I've occasionally seen plainclothes cops use keys to walk between cars, then pull out a badge and give a ticket or whatever. 

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