SEPTA used to have catchily titled train lines (R1, R2, R3...you get the point), which were handily color-coded. This made it simple to find the board with your train's status on it, because you'd just look for the green one. If you lived on it, naturally. Otherwise you'd look for a different one. This also worked for your schedule, which was color-coded in the same way.
Now everything is grey-blue and goes by the name of its terminus. Which is fine, until the terminus changes, which it probably will. But the color-coding has gone straight out the window, thus making ease--and importantly speed--of use considerably less.
The best part of this whole thing is that--doubtless--millions of dollars were paid to someone who came up with these bright ideas. Because it's Philadelphia, and if you can't make something worse and get rich doing it, something is terribly wrong.
Also fares have gone up and make less sense. But that's to be expected.