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MTA launched new trains with open aisles between cars


Alina Prikhodko

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The MTA has launched its first open-aisle train, which will run from Washington Heights to East New York and back on the C Line, it said. NY1.

The R211T subway cars, which will be used in the trial, allow passengers to move freely from one car to another, Gov. Kathy Hochul said at a briefing.

“This closes a dangerous gap that young people were falling into and some were dying due to the popularity of subway surfing. So we make sure that our technology is smart but also enhances the experience,” she noted.

Subway cars are equipped with built-in security cameras. There are a total of 1000 cars in the system, which already have cameras. The rest of the city's vehicle fleet is expected to be equipped with security cameras by January 2025. Additionally, the MTA said it has installed approximately 472 cameras at all 15 New York City subway stations.

“It gives people a feeling of security,” Hochul emphasized. “It’s a great deterrent and gives you a feeling of comfort.” The police can see what’s going on and respond faster.”

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The open-aisle train has wider entrance doors to make it more accessible to New Yorkers in wheelchairs. It features amenities such as illuminated door signals and modern train signals.

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