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Riders on four subway lines serving Queens can look forward to new signal technology a bit earlier than anticipated, according to updated capital budget forecasts released by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
The projects will replace signaling equipment on sections of the E, F, G and M lines that is between 83 and 90 years old according to a document titled “MTA Capital Program 2020-2024 — Amendment #2” issued last week.
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