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August 7, 2013

22 ingenious ways to improve the N.Y. subway

MTA photo by Patrick Cashin

MTA photo by Patrick Cashin
NEW YORK — A master's student at New York's School of Visual Arts put together a list of 100 ways to improve New York City's subway system. Randy Gregory II has already met with a "senior member of the MTA" to discuss "the feasibility" of some of his ideas, according to NYMag.com.

The website culled 22 of the most "ingenious" improvements, which include antimicrobial benches, designated directions on stairs and car density tracking to help riders know where to stand on a platform. For the full report.

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