2. Exit Signs
A common problem I’ve identified is that there are multiple exit signs that don’t say where you’re going. For instance, the sign I’ve modified doesn’t lead you to an exit, rather, it leads you to a platform, which then leads you to an exit, which is obscured by columns & people. This problem leads to confusion, dangerous clusters of tourists/passengers on platforms, and a headache for the seasoned rider. If the MTA were to adjust the signage to state where an exit is going (in mine, I’ve identified the exit as the 40th st exit) congestion problems could see a decline.