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Re: Proof that the Lex canít support more than 28 tph

Posted by David on Sat May 31 23:08:08 2003, in response to Re: Proof that the Lex canít support more than 28 tph,
posted by Stephen Bauman on Sat May 31 11:55:26 2003.

Reliable documentation exists that more than 30 trains were SCHEDULED on the Lexington Avenue express in the peak hour. There is no documentation to indicate that this level of throughput was REACHED with any regularity.

One of the first things David Gunn did when he took over NYCT(A) in 1984 was to order that service be cut to levels that could reasonably be attained, rather than show on paper that more service than was actually operating was being scheduled.

David


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