Call for more token booths at city subway stations

Transit workers and community leaders continued to try and get more token booths at city subway stations yesterday. They were at the station on 149th

Transit workers and community leaders were handing out flyers and asked for signatures on a petition.

Transit workers and community leaders were handing out flyers and asked for signatures on a petition. (6/7/13)

THE BRONX - Transit workers and community leaders continued to try and get more token booths at city subway stations yesterday.

They were at the station on 149th Street and 3rd Avenue. They handed out flyers and asked for signatures on a petition to put more station agents back in city subways.

The MTA says there is at least one manned booth at each station, but has no plans to add any more at this time.

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