Riders on the crowded L subway line, who at peak hours frequently have to wait for two or more trains to pass at some stations before squeezing aboard, will have to keep on squeezing for at least a few more years, according to a report released yesterday.
For Less Crowding on L Train, Think 2010, Report Says
Nabil Ghaly, the subway’s chief signal engineer, said that the new signal system was designed in the mid-1990s and that at the time the hefty residential growth in areas like Williamsburg had not been anticipated.
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