I guess the test wasn't so dangerous, because I was allowed on:
If this bus is adopted by the MTA, I imagine it will get a different paint job (do you really think New Yorkers would let those nice painted orange poles go unmolested?), and those nice cloth seats will likely be replaced with something hard and plasticy.
Additionally, it seems that the current influx of Spanish-speaking immigrants, and the discussion surrounding dual-language signage, etc. has been resolved; in a few short years everyone will be speaking German:
In case you can't read it:
NothahnGoogle translate suggests it means:
1. Griff in Pfeilrichtung drehen
2. Tür öffnen
But what does Nothahn mean? Any German speakers care to enlighten us?
In case of emergency:
1. Handle in the direction of the arrow turn
2. Door open