The New York Elevated Roads have put on bicycle trains.
Between certain hours of the morning and afternoon on Sundays, the trains will run bicycle cars.
These cars are made with a line of bicycle racks running down one side, and a row of seats facing them on the other.
The fare is fifteen cents, and none but persons with wheels are allowed to ride on these trains.
The experiment has proved such a success that the surface cars are talking of running trailer-cars for bicycles on Sundays, and, during certain seasons, on week-days.