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Readers: Our new slogans for the MTA

Commuters at Penn Station wait for train service

Commuters at Penn Station wait for train service to resume on Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015, after the Long Island Rail Road suspended service into and out of Penn Station for 90 minutes during the height of Wednesday morning's rush hour. Credit: Charles Eckert

Several readers responded to our editorial on Friday about the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s survey to test possible slogans. Here is a sampling of tongue-in-cheek suggestions.

Via email

We never run out of excuses.— C. Boatner & L. Schein

Ride like the wind . . . in your dreams. — Timothy Busam

MTA : Mass Transportation Agony— Richard Siegelman

Trust us, you’ll get there! Maybe.— Robin Ames

Going nowhere fast.— Tom Speicher

We’re on the right track, but not the right time!— Lawrence Harkavy

You can’t spell “mismanagement” without MTA.— Pete from Manhattan

MTA: May Take Awhile— a long while.— Paul Brothe

Via Twitter

@patmikekelly: The @MTA : Why go anywhere on the weekend? #MTAslogans

@rickgavin2: Relax, you didn’t want to go to work today anyway. #MTAslogans

@big_daddy_black: Your excuse for being late.

@tomsim96: It’s Amtrak’s fault.