Trash cans officially disappearing along more NYC subway lines

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Think about where you put your trash.

The Metropolitan Transit Authority has been watching our garbage since 2011 when a two-station pilot program was announced. In 2012, the program was expanded to ten stations.

Now it is set to arrive along the J/M line.

MTA officials say the statistics show crews are picking up fewer trash bags but slightly more garbage ends up on the tracks.

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