Desert Fox wrote:MCFC wrote:Pragmatic Gun wrote:I'm sorry, but I'd rather have 24 hour delis and 24 hour subway service than live in some suburban enclave getting fat off of Cheetohs on the couch with my big screen TV. IDK how people handle not having a 24 hour metro. NYC is a super convenient city. Not having a car saves one a lot of money on insurance and gas.
Also, most of our proles have the decency to live in Newark or Far Rockaway. They know better than to make eye contact on the subway, so points for that.
So there are literally ~5 cities where you'd be capable of living? http://qz.com/149698/londons-tube-is-no ... y-service/
Unless they are being over pedantic about subway vs elevated track, Chicago runs 24/7 on some lines too.
Right, in the update they say
Our original criteria were that each system be primarily underground and that the late service option offer access to the majority of major subway routes. An expanded definition would include even more systems, like Chicago, Barcelona, and Stockholm.
So I was being a little facetious. Even so, if 24 hour subway/trains is someone's criteria, their options are going to be pretty severely limited.