But this time it’s not really the transit agency’s fault.
Taxi drivers wanted to compete with Uber and Lyft; some passengers will now pay an extra 5 bucks.
The line ran from the 69th Street Terminal to Ardmore from the early 1900s through the ’60s, when it was replaced by buses.
The last time a station changed from A-B to all-stops was a decade ago.
The train station at Broad and Market (just west of City Hall) was originally built in 1881, then expanded upon by architect Frank Furness. It was razed in 1953.
Reasons that make it the most-used transit line in the city.
Some soon! But nowhere near all.
But — surprise! — it’s confusing.