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09-12-2013, 02:48 PM
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Originally Posted by krnboy1009 View Post
Uh yes it does. People commute to work is more vital to economy. Current one is barely functional and wont be in the future.
It won't improve until they expand track space. You could have the nicest station in the word but if the infrastructure doesn't change your just going to have the couple thousand commuters waiting by TV monitors surrounded by marble. Trains still won't be able to be posted more than 10 or so minutes before departure, and you'll still have each railroads customers crammed into one part of the station. The LIRR trains will still leave from 13-21, and NJT/Amtrak will still share the rest of them. If your planning on seeing commuting numbers increase as well I hope the LIRR has some sort of plan to deal with larger crowds. Those 12 car trains aren't going to cut it if crowds grow by 5% or more.

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