Waiting for the G Train Will Become Slightly More Efficient

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One of the G line's biggest flaws is that the short trains leave riders wondering where to stand on the giant platforms that serve them, but that should soon change thanks to some very elementary upgrades by the MTA. After agreeing to study how it could improve the trains, the agency now knows where on the platforms they stop, and it's taking the not-so-radical step of putting signs there. Those are expected to go in by the end of the year, just in time for next year's closure.