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New York City Resumes 24-Hour Subway Service for First Time in a Year

New York City subways resumed 24-hour service on Monday for the first time since it was shortened more than a year ago due to the emerging COVID-19 outbreak. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority ended 24-hour service for the first time in its 116-year history on May 6, 2020. The agency said ridership has since returned, especially this year. Nice!

Photo Credit: Oliver Niblett

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