Smoking On Outdoor Train Platforms Now Banned
This new ban doesn't necessarily come as a surprise. But the list of places that smokers can't smoke is getting quite long: in recent years, smokers have had to kiss goodbye to restaurants, bars, parks, beaches, plazas, and doorsteps. At least we've still got our own apartments! (Not for long.)
Where will the stressed out LIRR commuters light up? What about those heading to Westchester, who tend to be drinking the whole way up and probably need a smoke (anyone else found this to be true -- the party-like atmosphere of the Metro-North during rush hour, I mean?)?
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