New York Subway Gets a Poor Report Card
The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) compiles "report cards" on the various subway lines that circulate commuters thought the massive beast that is New York freakin' City, and that beast has circulation problems, according to these results.
I notice that the G and the F trains are not listed... perhaps they need to come up with a grade lower than F...
The report cards represent an effort by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s largest subsidiary to increase transparency and to quantify just what people like and don’t like about their subway service.
If I had gotten all C's, I'd have been grounded, like, forever. As of this post, there are no results for the N, R, Q, D, C, E, F, V, G, 3, or 6 trains (Not sure if they count the one-stop S-services)... C'mon, trains, bring home at least one B-.
Also, does the smell of a station affect the rating of the subway lines that pass through that station? If so, Canal Street (Q,R,W,4,5,6,J.M.z) will be most unpopular, since it smells like a poop monster that choked to death on poop and then pooped itself as it died.
According to mta.info, a predictably large number of people use the subway, with Times Square Station alone seeing over 58 million riders per year.