Ad trains

The Mondy Strib editorial hits at one of my pet peeves: LRT cars covered with ads so you can't see in.
Metro Transit has shrouded most of its light-rail cars in advertising. Whole trains -- windows and all -- have become gliding billboards for supermarkets, sports teams, discount stores, you name it. Commuters on platforms can't see into the cars; riders inside can see out, sort of, but only into what appears to be a murky, depressing city.

It's especially annoying when there is a big game or event downtown and most of the seats are packed -- you can't tell which car is best to get into.