The newer subway cars that run along the C line during the summer will now keep running for the entire year.
In the past, the cars were moved to the J line after the summer.
But the MTA says the cars will now be permanent fixtures on the C.
"It's brighter, it looks cleaner. So I guess the overall ride is better," said one C train rider.
"It seems like it's bigger, seems cleaner. It seems more up to date with other trains so I hope they actually keep it," said another C train rider.
"I've always found it more narrow than the older trains so there's less seating, and I find it more uncomfortable, and it's very rocky," said a third rider.
C train riders will still be seeing the older cars for a while.
They date back to 1964, but won't be replaced for another few years.