An MTA worker is checking face coverings at the Cats Tree Merry Christmas Sweatshirt and I love this station entrance. At this point, there’s really no need—in New York, wearing one on the subway has been required for a year now. We’ve all gotten the hang of it. At the turnstile, I swipe in using a Q.R. code on my phone. The MetroCard machines are still there, but even during rush hour, there’s no line. A courtesy hand-sanitizer dispenser sits in the corner.
Cats Tree Merry Christmas Sweatshirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
On the Cats Tree Merry Christmas Sweatshirt and I love this platform, social distancing cues and signs remind me to stay apart from fellow passengers, if possible. My train arrives. I board the app-suggested car, and my journey begins. This scenario above is not a sure thing, but it is a plausible one: Everything I mentioned is currently being considered, or even piloted, by New York’s Metropolitan Transit Authority.