Category Archives: NYC Subway

Reasons Trains are Delayed

As New Yorkers, we have all ridden the New York City subway and realized that as dynamic and expansive of a system we have, there are going to be delays and hiccups.  It’s almost as routine as showering and shaving … Continue reading

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Delayed Because of Train Traffic

“Ladies and Gentlemen, we are delayed because of train traffic ahead of us. We apologize for any inconvenience.” This is quite the loaded phrase, and many people hear it, on non-tech trains and tech trains alike, but more so on … Continue reading

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Please Use All Available Doors

This is a phrase used by subway conductors very often to let passengers know that the train doors are about to close and you need to be either on or off the train.  Most subway trains in New York City … Continue reading

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New Series: Making sense of the NYC Subway

This time around, I have decided to not only continue the Top 5 or 10 lists, though I have Writer’s Block at the moment, I shall start a new series, which will hopefully explain certain phrases heard down in the … Continue reading

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