By next summer, to be exact.
It will take a while for the MTA to get back to its usual just-barely-functioning self.
"MTA Has 99 Problems, But J/Z Ain’t One."
What? You're tired of these?
And, unsurprisingly, he succeeds.
Starting at the World Trade Center station, no less.
That's the subway line that's the grossest, which will come as no surprise to riders.
Finally, someone in Manhattan riding the rails the old-fashioned way.
Police are looking for him now.
How, exactly, does this "stick it to the man"?
Around 1:45 p.m. today, MTA train operator Crystal McCray was running her M train at 30 miles per hour into the Woodhaven Boulevard station when she spotted a man on the tracks, seconds away from being crushed to death.
This is an awful nightmare come true.
This is so New York it hurts.
YouTube fame befalls a frottageur who rubbed up against the wrong woman.
A job that prevents subways from colliding.