The B and Q Line token booth in Brooklyn see changes

On Monday, the MTA will make the 16th Street and Quentin Road subway entrance a part time booth, while the booth on Kings Highway will stay open 24 hours.

Subway clerks at the part time booths will receive plenty of exercise by walking around the platform and ticket area wearing red vests. The clerks will assist passengers with directions and using MetroCard vending machines.

More than 160 of the 600 token booths throughout the boroughs will be replaced by information kiosks by May 2006.

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