LCD screens have been set up on the L subway line in New York City which display the exact location of trains on the line, so travelers can better understand how long the wait will be.

Gizmodo reports that a new test program has been rolled out on the L subway line in New York City. LCD screens have been set up which display the exact location of trains on the line, so travelers can better understand how long the wait will be. It's a logical move, and one that will help provide context for a usually ambiguous situation.

[via Gizmodo]

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