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Of Whispering Swears, Bawling in Libraries and Swollen Feet

28th. Grand Central Terminal, the setting of many a Hollywood action sequence…..or Bollywood romantic reunion as a good friend pointed out recently. It is difficult to believe this place is a subway terminal. 1,841 more words

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MTA Receives $203M In Additional Funding For East Side Access Project

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is getting another $203 million in federal funding for its East Side Access project.

The MTA is in the process of building tunnels and tracks under Manhattan so that the Long Island Rail Road can connect to Grand Central Terminal. 232 more words

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MTA Proposes Metro North Line To Penn Station

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is proposing to extend Metro-North Railroad’s New Haven line to Penn Station in Manhattan to ease crowding and provide access to Manhattan’s West Side as part of a broad $32 billion, four-year capital improvement program. 186 more words

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Selected Events + Gallery Special Exhibits: Chelsea (09/23)

Today’s “Fab 5″+1/ Selected NYCity Events – TUESDAY, SEPT. 23, 2014
“We search the internet everyday looking for the very best of What’s Happening on Manhattan’s WestSide, so that you don’t have to. 824 more words

MTA Considering Metro-North Extension

NEW YORK (AP) _ Metro-North Railroad, which now serves Grand Central Terminal, is looking to extend the commuter line to Penn Station.

The MTA’s five-year capital plan also calls for four new Metro-North stations in the Bronx. 123 more words

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Argent, SL Green Trade Barbs Over Grand Central Air Rights

The dispute over Midtown East rezoning between Grand Central Terminal landlord Argent Ventures and 1 Vanderbilt developer SL Green Realty Corp. spilled over into the panel circuit this morning at the annual September conference of the… 685 more words

Developer Unveils Proposal That Includes Upgrades To Grand Central

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The developer of a proposed 65-story building near Grand Central Terminal has made the city an offer it may not want to refuse. 215 more words

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