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Digital kiosks coming to New York City subway stations
NEW YORK (WABC) -- There's a new alternative coming for subway riders who miss having someone in a token booth to answer all their questions.
The MTA plans to install at least 120 digital information kiosks at 21 stations around New York City.
The kiosks would offer one-touch navigation, with directions presented in a map or shown as a list.
They would also keep track of trains as they head to a station.
The MTA hopes to have the machines in place by the end of the year.
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