March 3, 2009

NY L Line Now Run by Computer - With a little help from its human friends


As of last week, the NY L line trains became fully controlled by a computerized signal system. The belief is that the NY Transit will be able to run them more often and closer together. The Brooklyn-Manhattan line will be utilized at first during off peak and overnight hours. A few conductors will oversee the $300 million Communications Based Train Control operation for a while. Although the MTA (Metropolitan Transit Authority) had wanted to remove them, this apparently violated their contract. Makes you kind of wonder if you are the next to go.

Via NY Daily News

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at March 3, 2009 8:52 AM
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