Last edited by knpan; 23rd January 2010 at 07:23 PM.
The air conditioner can sure be turned up a bit. Especially when the train is above ground. And for Pete's sake, somehow compel those low life who insist on rushing into the cars before alighting passengers can get off.
i have never been to new york, but i heard from many friends there that it is officially disgusting, with an occasional river in the train.
maybe the people who like the new york subway think it is natural landscaping, first world train service
here's one video about london underground
I actually had a good experience riding the NYC subway. Friendly passengers who helped me and a few co-workers find our way to our destination.
Cars were old, but quite clean and didn't smell.
The BART in San Francisco is slightly worse, but passable.
Question: When you the train/tube/underground/mtr overseas, do you actually ride it during peak hours, or between 10-12 and 2-4 and 8-midnite? If yes, then these are not peak hours so you can't tell the difference.
A picture a day keeps the blues away!
And I took the wrong entrance and end up going to broklyn instead of manhannta. I was like uh why... something is wrong, there are more and more people coming in with baggy pants and hiphop and hoodies ... and less and less suits. I quickly check and wahlao, took wrong side.
Quickly exit at the next station and change direction, and got laughed at when I arrived in office late. Memorable experience