It’s hip to be clean, a survey released last week confirmed.
The L train, which rumbles through trendy Williamsburg, was rated the cleanest subway line in the city, according to the Straphangers Campaign’s ninth annual ‘shmutz survey.’
The train, which shuttles skinny-jeaned passengers from Williamsburg cross-town in Manhattan, saw significant improvement from just two years ago.
Eighty-eight percent of the L train’s cars were rated clean, up from 61 percent two years ago, the survey notes.
The Straphangers credited New York City Transit’s new car cleaning initiative on the L and the 7 train
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