Subway stops in Brooklyn to get new trash bins as part of anti-terrorist program

The transit authority has unveiled a new plan to thwart terror attacks in the subway-see through trash receptacles. Officials say the first of these new clear receptacles has been placed at the Jay

News 12 Staff

Feb 5, 2006, 7:46 PM

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Subway stops in Brooklyn to get new trash bins as part of anti-terrorist program
The transit authority has unveiled a new plan to thwart terror attacks in the subway-see through trash receptacles.
Officials say the first of these new clear receptacles has been placed at the Jay Street-Borough Hall subway station in downtown Brooklyn. The purpose of these new trashcans is to allow Brooklyn riders and the police the ability to spot potentially dangerous items.
If all goes well, officials say they expect to roll out the new bins to other stations across the borough.


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