Anyone who has ever ridden a subway (in any city) knows the pain of the unknown time of the next train. New York City is about to reduce some of the stress riders may feel by introducing a pilot project that tracks the location of each train.
The Myrtle-Wyckoff Avenues station will have monitors showing a graphic representation of the L-line with the current location of every train on the line. The image is set to update every 15 seconds so riders will have a good idea of where their train is. VERY COOL!
Read the whole article: "Maybe There Is Another Train Right Behind"