Every New York City Subway Line Is Getting Worse. Here’s Why.

You take what you can get in New York: “I made eye contact with a couple of people, and they made a sad face,” she said. “I guess it was a nice human moment.”

“Subway ridership has risen dramatically since the 1990s, when about four million people used the system each day. Now it is nearly six million riders each day — the highest level since the 1940s. Those extra riders are cramming onto a system that is essentially the same size it has been for decades.”

“Overcrowding now accounts for more than one-third of the nearly 75,000 subway delays across the system each month.”

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