MTA to discuss platform safety after subway deaths
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A rash of recent subway deaths -- from people being pushed onto the tracks to suicides -- is reigniting calls for the MTA to move toward installing safety barriers and taking other steps to protect straphangers.
The agency plans to discuss platform safety at a board meeting Monday, as yet another person jumped in front of a train Sunday in an apparent suicide. And last week, Manhattan Borough...