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Introducing our new redesigned website and logo

Sep 26 2016

Today we are pleased to announce the launch of our new redesigned website at and new logo. The newly designed website offers quick and easy access to essential New York City subway information and features subway statistics and analytics in a clear, visually-appealing format.

This update is the second redesign in the history of SubwayStats, which has been helping New Yorkers improve their commute since 2012. The new design implements a horizontal stripe layout to better organize information on the page.

The new homepage lists all trains in the MTA subway system and the current status for each train, as well as their Uptime Percentage. The uptime percentage is the percentage of the day that the train is in “Good Service” and this percentage is displayed as a progress bar. The trains are organized by uptime, with the train with the highest uptime percentage displayed in the top left column.

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By drilling down into each subway line, users can quickly see the current status of the train and any service statuses posted by the MTA.

The analytics and statistical charts for each train have also been refreshed with a clean, beautiful design. This new design will allow the user to more easily understand the daily performance of their train and compare the train’s average performance with the average performance of all subway lines in the NYC subway system.

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The website also includes a map of the New York City subway system, as well as a blog section in which news pertaining to subway service, events and other relevant information are posted.

Along with the new redesign, we’ve also updated our logo. The new logo incorporates the two primary offerings of SubwayStats: subway service information and statistics about each subway line’s performance.

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We hope you enjoy the new design, and as always, feel free to share any feedback or comments you may have with us on Facebook or Twitter.

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