MTA unveils new signs, technology for customer communication

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is unveiling new electronic means of communication outside a station entrance at Atlantic Avenue-Pacific Street.The pilot program includes large screens outsi

BROOKLYN - The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is unveiling new electronic means of communication outside a station entrance at Atlantic Avenue-Pacific Street.

The pilot program includes large screens outside of the station telling riders the status of trains in real-time. A new intercom system will also assist customers through various ?help? points in the station.

Brooklyn commuters say the changes are major signs of improvements. The technology will be on display as a test until Friday.

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