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Stop Collecting Metrocards: Here's How To Beat the MTA

Whether you’re a commuter or you visit New York City from time to time, you have had a Metrocard in your possession.

Now let’s be honest, how many times have you had leftover money on that card, causing you to suffer from insufficient funds? 186 more words

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REMINISCING ON OUR NYC TRIP & SOME TIPS

Today, we’re reminiscing on our NYC trip last month. Ive been slacking  a little with my blog post lately due to much time spent searching for “wedding stuff” and have postponed much of my blogging! 877 more words

Adventures

Brooklyn Nets Celebrate 2014-15 Season with MetroCard Branding

The Brooklyn Nets are getting a jump start to the 2014-2015 NBA basketball season with a new branded MetroCard. The team has become the first professional sports organization to purchase space on MetroCards as the Nets celebrate their home opener at Barclays Center tonight against the Oklahoma City Thunder. 289 more words

New York Sports

Why transit police remain a a Pinkerton guard.

Everyday in NYC hundreds of men and women are issued summonses for asking their  fellow New Yorkers to swipe them on the train out of the kindness of the hearts with an unlimited card. 127 more words

Open Your Eyes

Police: Man Punched, Robbed Woman As She Tried To Buy MetroCard In The Bronx

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police on Thursday were on the hunt for a suspect who punched a woman in the face and stole her wallet at a MetroCard machine in a Bronx subway station. 173 more words

News

Ghastly Commuting Costs?

My company’s main office is located right outside New York City, which is approximately a 35 minute train ride on the Metro-North from Grand Central Station. 290 more words

New York City

Could A Small Cell Network Kill The Metrocard And Save The MTA?

 

Recently the MTA installed a bunch of touchscreen info-kiosks, which is great. For tourists.

For the people who live in New York, and depend on the MTA to get them everywhere they need to be (and who pay for the privilege), the kiosks are little more than animated billboards. 562 more words

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