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MTA expanding subway trash can removal pilot program

Officials say that another 29 subway stations citywide

Officials say that another 29 subway stations citywide will not have garbage cans. (January 28, 2014 6:59 PM)

The MTA says that a plan to reduce trash at subway stations by removing garbage cans is actually working.

According to the transit authority, the pilot program, which began at 10 stops citywide, has resulted in a 66-percent reduction in the number of bags collected at those stations and will now be expanded to another 29.

Officials say the idea is that if there aren't trash bins on subway...

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