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MTA launches app for New York City transit art
NEW YORK -- Experiencing art in New York City's subway and railroad stations is just an app away.
Transit officials are introducing a new free app for Apple and Android devices. It will present MTA riders with more than 200 works of art installations at selected subway, LIRR and Metro-North stations.
The app offers "turn-by-turn directions" for locating the art installations and information and photos on each.
The application will be launched at a ceremony Thursday.
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