New York is not for everyone. Those who live there fall into two camps: “God I love this city” and “I’m only here because of my stupid dreams.” Whether Gotham's skyline inspires you or fills you with dread, New Yorkers can agree on one thing: Riding the subway sucks.
Though the MTA and concerned citizens alike have struggled to improve life underground, riding the subway is still the worst part of many New Yorker’s day, especially if they ride the L during rush hour. There are probably no changes that could be made to make the subway a great experience; that might be impossible. But, there are some small ways that the MTA could make New York's morning commute a little more bearable. Here are 8 Innovations That Could Make Riding the Subway Less Terrible.