A new MTA survey found that, of 25,205 “active” transit riders, only 26 percent were “satisfied” with “safety from crime and harassment on trains.” Perhaps more telling: Among lapsed riders, 36 percent stopped riding transit due to fears about crime, and 70 percent cited this as “extremely ­important” in their decision about whether to return…. Read story at The New York Post

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