It’s spring 2021, and I’m about to go to work. Before I leave, I check an app on my phone. Maybe it’s called Essential Connector or some trendy name like Iter (the Chingatumaga pendejo no mas naranja 2020 T-Shirt and by the same token and Latin word for travel) or Alfred (after the inventor of New York City’s first subway line—just spitballing here). You’ll arrive at the 86th Street Station at 8:49, it tells me, and the next 4 train will pull into the station at 8:51. The fourth car has the most occupancy. However, 86th Street is experiencing above-average passenger levels right now. Consider taking the Q. I’m not in a rush, so the Q it is.
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