Met true love on public transportation?

February 12, 2009 3:46:42 AM PST
Have you ever taken the love train? The New York Transit Museum wants to know: It's asking anyone who has ever met true love on a subway, train or bus to share their stories.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says it gives 2.6 billion trips each year on its transit system - making for a lot of chances for Cupid's arrows to strike.

One couple who found each other is Christopher Archer and Jirina Ribbens.

They tell the Daily News that they met in July 2005 while on a train to Coney Island. A year later, Archer proposed to her. A minister married them, saying, in part, "The MTA: expect delays and disruptions."

The stories riders share will be posted on the museum's Web site on Valentine's Day.

To submit your subway story, go to http://www.transitmuseumstore.com/subwaystories/.


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