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MTA's countdown clocks coming to phones, computers
NEW YORK (WABC) -- The MTA's popular countdown clocks, which show train arrival times, will soon be ticking away on smartphones and computers.
By the end of the year, riders will get the information they want from new apps available for your phone or by going to the MTA website.
At first, the countdown times will be available only for the numbered train lines, except the No. 7 train, as countdown clocks have not yet made their way to lettered lines.
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