Topic : station cleaning

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10 reasons not to panic about the coronavirus

| March 9, 2020

What we certainly have is a pandemic of fear...But it is also right that we must not panic... there are causes for optimism.

N.Y. MTA unveils extensive track cleaning plan

Rail| August 9, 2016

Sustained effort to keep the tracks clean includes two-week track cleaning blitz at all 469 subway stations and new cleaning equipment.

Management & Operations| August 6, 2015

Trash can free rail station pilot yields positive results in N.Y.

The pilot stations have seen a reduction in trash volumes, rodent activity, as well as several other benefits. While the number of track fires at the pilot stations have remained neutral, the rate of track fires at the pilot stations is currently lower than the rate at stations with trash cans.  

Management & Operations| September 18, 2014

Keolis Commuter Services cleaning program improves stations, railcars

The train-cleaning program has involved more than 100 people working over 8,000 hours scrubbing over 1 million square feet of equipment as Keolis aims to clean all 422 commuter rail passenger cars. Seats have been thoroughly wiped down, the stainless steel doors and windows shined, vents cleared of grime, and floor thoroughly mopped.

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