So that's where the revenue from the subway fare increase is going. The MTA has unveiled plans, again, for a subway from Harlem to Lower Manhattan, running along Second Avenue. Perfect for all those Upper East Siders slumming it on Orchard Street on a Friday and Saturday night. But that's a nightmare for another generation to worry about. Construction will take up to 16 years. In other subway news, British Williamsburghers, delighted that the new Soho House club is so close to the L train, and a straight shot from Bedford Avenue, have redubbed the line. It's now the Soho House Express.