As the subway’s long-awaited second stop opened on Tuesday, subway riders were reminded of their basic subway etiquette when a subway attendant stopped them on the platform to ask if they wanted to get off.
The subway’s new second stop is the first time since 2008 that riders can get off at any time without touching a public transit card.
That means you won’t have to worry about getting caught in the crossfire of an argument with a security guard.
But some subway riders might find themselves waiting a bit longer before they can leave.
Here’s how it works: On a typical weekday, trains run for about 30 minutes.
But the new station will have two new platforms and a new platform with a subway train, so passengers will have to wait a bit to get a ride to the next stop.
That means riders will need to get on the subway before 9 a.m. on a weekday, when the platform will open for the evening rush hour.
The MTA also announced the first trains would start running through the new subway station at 9:30 a.ms. on Monday and will operate on a “one-stop-only” schedule from 10:30 p.m.-1 a.mi.
The second stop will be open from 6 a.pm. to 7 a., but it will have a different platform.
The New York Post first reported the change.