New York Subway Riders Now Get Free E-books During Their Commute

New York Subway Riders Now Get Free E-books During Their Commute

The MTA is offering short stories to passengers while they wait to promote new underground Wi-Fi accessibility

Marielle Castillo
  • 2 september 2016

The NYC subway can be rather unpleasant, but the experience is about to get better thanks to Wi-Fi connectivity and a new program called Subway Reads. Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor of New York announced a new initiative which will allow riders to download and read short stories and novellas published by Penguin Random House on the train.

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