1. 89. “Showtime!” Cars

The Yamanote Halloween Train is a one day event that occurs in Japan on the Tokyo circling Yamanote line, where revelers show up in costume, and take over the train with loud music, food, and generally breaking most of the rules and etiquette of the train system.
Here in New York, we have hundreds of talented performers, many of whom ride the subways, performing for change. Why not take a chance, and devote a one evening event to the performers of the underground? Special lighting, music…the MTA could even charge for this kind of event, and since it would happen once a year, it could be used as a celebration of the system and the talented riders within.

    89. “Showtime!” Cars

    The Yamanote Halloween Train is a one day event that occurs in Japan on the Tokyo circling Yamanote line, where revelers show up in costume, and take over the train with loud music, food, and generally breaking most of the rules and etiquette of the train system.

    Here in New York, we have hundreds of talented performers, many of whom ride the subways, performing for change. Why not take a chance, and devote a one evening event to the performers of the underground? Special lighting, music…the MTA could even charge for this kind of event, and since it would happen once a year, it could be used as a celebration of the system and the talented riders within.

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  1. gamingsamurai reblogged this from improvesubway
  2. im-the-higgs-boson reblogged this from improvesubway and added:
    This sounds like a horrible idea for the mta system, which is exactly why it needs to be done… One day of legal fuckery...
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