PERHAPS MIKE BLOOMBERG SHOULD HAVE WORRIED ABOUT THIS PROBLEM, instead of spending his time on trans-fats:This is not just a convenience issue, but a safety issue.
In a Crisis, Subway Riders Get Little Guidance
Compared with commuters in many of the world’s leading cities, subway riders in New York live in something of an information vacuum once they enter the system’s 468 stations. For decades, riders have regarded their creaking and antiquated subway network as a minor miracle, tolerating frequent delays, cramped stations and malfunctioning public-address systems.
But the storm this week, highlighting yet again deficiencies in how the authority gets information out, seemed to push riders past the limits of their patience.
I CHALLENGE ANYONE TO NAME ONE GREAT AND TOUGH THING HE DID FOR THE CITY.
All the tough lifting was done by Rudy. Mike and the city have been coasting ever since.