Yes it will, sort of like Downtown's Grand Central.
Originally Posted by Obey
I think they have been especially good at posting signs.
They have been especially good at posting
signs. Whether or not the information posted is accurate is always questionable. Sometimes, you can just check with the clerk (if you can a. find one and b. they aren't their usual nasty selves) The signs are often outdated, or give information that is no longer accurate. And don't even bring up the announments on the PA system. The MTA also suggests you check the website as well, where presumably the information would be more up to date.
That being said, I hardly find the financial crisis and excuse for lazy management, especially considering things haven't gotten worse, they are the way they always have been. But when this maze of a station is suddenly opened up, with more clarity, people will