U.S.
New York City will test ultraviolet light to kill coronavirus on subways and buses
U.S.

New York City will test ultraviolet light to kill coronavirus on subways and buses

Published: May 20, 2020  |  2 min read, 392 words
WRITTEN BY
Your review will affect the following:
New York City will be testing out ultraviolet lamps that can kill the on subways and buses. The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) announced that the will begin its first phase on some subways, buses and other facilities early next week.About 150 dual-headed mobile devices from Denver-based startup Puro Lighting will be deployed at stations and rail yards to see how effective the UVC technology is in those settings, the MTA said. After evaluation, a second phase will expand to the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North commuter lines."As we've been saying, we're leaving no stone unturned... READ MORE
CRITIC
cbsnews.com
Outlet Rating
cbsnews.com
img-trusted
80%
Critic Reviews: N/A
USER
cbsnews.com
Outlet Rating
cbsnews.com
img-contested
58%
User Reviews: N/A
TOP REVIEWS
There are no reviews yet.

CRITIC REVIEWS

There don't seem to be any reviews yet.

PUBLIC REVIEWS

There don't seem to be any reviews yet.