Stranded Subway Passengers Earn Settlement from MTA


In December 2010, nearly 500 passengers were left to their own devices in a stalled A-train car for over 10 hours.  To make matters worse, the incident occurred during the middle of a massive snowstorm which shut down the city with two feet of snow.  Recently a small number of passengers were paid $2,500 each for compensatory damages. According to the Metro Transit Authority (MTA), the settlement was "fair" for all parties involved.


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