NYC Subways Get 468 More Helpful Neighborhood MapsBy
It happens to New York’s residents and tourists alike when stepping off a subway: They’re swept by crowds up the stairs to street level, find themselves deposited at a bewildering intersection, and swiftly walk in the wrong direction. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and the city’s Department of Transportation (DOT) have issued new neighborhood maps to help the navigationally challenged orient themselves before they leave a metro station.
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