NYC transit 2016: Where subway Wi-Fi is coming, new Citi Bike stations

The fare proposal would help the MTA slash hours from subway riders’ commute every week without much cost, while lowering the number of people packing onto some of its most crowded lines.

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Overcrowding on the subways is likely to worsen in 2016, but New Yorkers can look forward to speedier bus service, Wi-Fi at stations and fewer shutdowns on the No. 7 line.

The big question, though, is whether the Second Avenue Subway’s will open on the Upper East Side before 2017.

Here’s a look at what transit riders can expect in the year ahead.

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