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I tried to find sources to collaborate what I said, but all I found were articles people posted from after 2010 that state it’s been “opened to the public” because they no longer “kick passengers off” after the preceeding subway stop. But they have never done that, as far as I know; I think they likely turned on the lights in 2010 so that it was more visible, or keep it on during certain hours. I know for a fact that the lights weren’t always kept on, though.
* and not because I’m an interesting urban explorer, but because I used to fall asleep on my commute home…