FEEF BE ABVAH: B REN NUNCEMEN NOGRAPE

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NEW YORK - JUNE 18: A subway conductor looks out his window June 18, 2003 in New York City. A new report by the New York Police Department (NYPD) reports that felonies are down 15 percent this year on New York's subways. The NYPD credits an increase in officers at subway stations for part of the drop in crime on trains and stations. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Photo: Spencer Platt/2003 Getty Images

According to an analysis by the Straphangers Campaign, the B train provides riders with the least consistent and least clear announcements out of any line in the subway system, with "just 55% of basic announcements considered adequate." The 5 and 6 trains came out on top, as their prerecorded, fully automated messages are "clear, ungarbled and correct 100% of the time." [NYDN]