“Subway Library” Train in New York City

New Yorkers woke up today to wonderful News. Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) in collaboration with New York Public Library (NYPL), established a new service. A Wi-Fi network is available now for subway passengers. Once connected to the network, you can download free books, short stories, and excerpts that were donated by publishers. Wi-Fi coverage includes stations and trains as well.

Courtesy of NYPL

In celebration of the launch of the Subway Library, MTA dedicated one train to be made to look like a library. It is colorful from the outside and the inside. Seats are transformed into shelves. The ceiling is an installed replica of one of New York Library reading rooms. You can find this service between the E and F lines in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens.

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