Buried at the bottom of Heather Haddon’s article on the fate of the Fulton St. Transit Center was an interesting note about the MTA’s search for revenue. According to the amNew York reporter, the transit agency has approved a six-month pilot program that restarts the sale of lottery tickets at eight underground stations. In return, the MTA receives three percent of the revenue of all sales. The MTA sold lotto cards underground in the 1960s but had to cease when littering became an issue. With proliferation of free newspapers these days, what’s a dropped lottery card anyway? As long as I can buy a ticket from Little Bit O’ Luck, I’ll be happy.