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The Metropolitan Transport Agency (MTA)
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will launch the mobile application "MYmta."
The app will allow commuters to see in real time
The status of trains, elevators; as well as locate
Nearest stations and bus stops.
The MTA asked two of its current employees to
Test out the app ahead of its launch.
MTA spokesman Jon Weinstein says the app
Will be available to commuters within weeks.
(New York commuter Michelle)
I think it will be helpful because I only know that there is a bus
application and I don't know if there is a subway application,
so if anything, it will be very helpful and useful.
(New York commuter)
At the very least, there is this App. You don’t need to wait in the
street for a long time. You can go to the supermarket or to eat
something. The bus will be there anytime.
You don’t need to stand there anymore. It's convenient.
Some commuters think the MTA should focus
On improving current services before offering
(New York commuter Gervine Terry)
I tried to get stuck in the F car in Manhattan for more than 45 minutes.
Line 7 is a big problem.
Usually there is a signal problem during the morning rush hour.
They need to be solved. They have been repairing, but I didn't see results at all.
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