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The first phase of the plan is set to begin in late 2019, when 500 subway turnstiles and 600 buses will be equipped with technology that will allow riders to pay their fare by waving their phones or bank cards at a reader.
However, attendance at Disney's top parks has actually declined as turnstile clicks at Comcast's (NASDAQ: CMCSA) Universal theme parks rose.
David Callanan, outreach services director at the Yankee Air Museum, which staged the event, said that organizers still have to submit evidence to Guinness, including photographic evidence and turnstile and wristband counts.
When a physician could actually connect with a person for more than a few minutes before the next patient is ushered through the turnstile.
The current system, now more than two decades old, requires constant upkeep—like maintaining swipe readers at turnstiles—and labor to take care of everything from fixing MetroCard machines to handling cash.
Now the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which runs the subway, is finally planning a more modern fare system that will allow riders to wave smartphones and certain kinds of credit cards and debit cards at the turnstiles.
The facility continually warmed visitors with its Mission-style architecture and Hollywood star power since pipe-smoking Bing Crosby welcomed the first guests through the turnstiles.
The quarterback situation has remained unsettled and a bit of a turnstile.
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