NEW YORK --
Metro-North's experiment with its Q, or quiet, cars will be expanding.
Starting in mid-October, 36 rush-hour trains on the Harlem and Hudson lines will have one car for riders who want a trip free of cell phones and other loud distractions.
The original pilot program, on the Port Jervis and Passaic Valley lines, has been such a success that it's being made permanent.
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