This coming Wednesday evening, from 6:30 to 8:00 the Transit Museum, down the subway entrance stairs at Boerum Place and Schermerhorn Street, will hold the next in its series of “Problem Solvers” discussions. Hosted by transit blogger Ben Kabak of 2nd Ave. Sagas, this discussion will feature Randy Gregory, creator of the on-line project 100 Ways to Improve the Subway. According to the Museum’s spokesman, Eli Rumpf, “Gregory’s 100 proposals, which range from subway car flooring suggestions to smell detectors, take an inventive and practical approach to improving nearly every aspect of the subway system.” Admission is free, but you must make a reservation here.
Problem Solvers Discussion at Transit Museum Wednesday Evening
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