"Library-Quiet" Train Cars For Commuters Who Want Peace

Northeast Corridor NJ Transit has announced that beginning in September they will feature "quiet cars" on their trains for passengers who prefer peace and quiet over cell phones and chatter.

Northeast Corridor express trains between New York Penn Station and Trenton will be testing the feature over three months in the fall. If it works, they may expand the program to other routes.

The Star-Ledger reports that "[p]assengers on the library-quiet cars will be prohibited from using cell phones and must disable sound features on pagers, games, computers and other electronic devices. Conversations must be conducted in subdued voices and headphones used at a volume that cannot be heard by other passengers."

Full Story: NJ Transit to provide quiet cars during 90-day test

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