Here are a few possible reasons:
You take the subway so you want to know what the hell is going on and when it will get better.
You care about transit and Signal Problems will keep you up-to-date on NYC transit issues without being overwhelming.
You find the MTA’s weekend service advisories confusing and want quick, easy-to-understand guides to planned service outages every week.
You enjoy photos of dogs in bags on the subway.
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