Underground Library

The New York Public Library has partnered with the MTA and New York State to create the Subway Library project. Transit riders will have access to free e-books and other digital downloads this summer—and they won’t even need a library card.

To access the free reading materials, users will need to download the NYPL’s SimplyE app or connect via wifi in any subway station. And to mark the project launch, a number of subway cars running on the E and F train lines have been decked out to resemble rooms in the city’s main library. You can find out more right here.

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