(David Meyer | New York Post) – The MTA has finally installed security cameras at all 472 subway stations in the Big Apple, The Post has learned — and transit officials believe the surveillance surge is helping drive down subway crime. The last of the around 2,000 cameras installed by the transit authority since December 2020 at “over 200 stations” went in on Saturday at the Broadway station on the G line, the MTA said. The MTA’s arsenal is split 30-70 between cameras officials can access centrally in real-time and cameras that are “locally recorded.” Previously, just 200 stations had been equipped […]

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