New York subways are getting more crowded, and we're not talking about the number of riders. Ditto Amtrak and most other public transport systems in the U.S. The reason, according to a January 15th report in the New York Times, is the broad American public seat, which is putting traditional rail car seats…er, behind the times… As a result, transport agencies are taking a rear guard action when ordering up new trains. The New Jersey Transit Authority, for example, is ...

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