At all stations of the new York subway now has a countdown clock

At all stations of the new York subway now has a countdown clock

So, this is it. The plan for the modernization of the MTA, which has repeatedly said Governor Cuomo last year, is still implemented. Now on 471 metro stations throughout the city operate the new digital screens informing passengers about the arrival time of the next train, so-called countdown clock. 22 the last station of line 7 was equipped with screens on Sunday. Information about the arrival time of trains can also be obtained by downloading the MTA app on the phone or going to the site administration via the computer.

For the implementation of the upgrade plan gone for more than 10 years. In 2006, the MTA has begun to install LCD information display with clock countdown on the subway line L. Two years later the project was gradually expanded to other metro lines.

At all stations of the new York subway now has a countdown clock

The clock tells the exact time of arrival thanks to the Bluetooth technology. In the first and last car of each train has a special beacon. Due to this accurately reflects the time of arrival of the train at the station and its departure. Timetable updated in real time on the display you can see information about delays and cancellations.

Earlier, Governor Cuomo had also announced the plans to upgrade city buses. They also will have displays announcing the bus route, stops, sights, etc.

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