How does the MTA clean all of the crap off the New York City subway platforms? Powerwashing.
5.9 million people on average ride the MTA daily. That's almost six million pairs of shoes walking up and down the hundreds of platforms that make up our beloved New York City subway. Just imagine what is under every single sneaker, sandal, high heel, loafer and boot. It will take more than just a few swiffer pads to get all of that out. So how does the MTA clean up the subways?
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via Untapped Cities
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