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NYC: Home to new colossal stations

A towering dome captures sunlight into the Fulton Center station—Lower Manhattan’s newly opened transportation hub. The train station is consistently described as modern, with the glass and steel clad building accentuates the high tech feel. 747 more words

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7 train will be shut down for 12 weekends from January to May 2015

The MTA has announced the next round of weekend work along sections of the 7 train.

Free shuttle buses will run and alternate service is available nearby on the E, F, G, N, Q, and R trains. 267 more words

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M15 voted city's most unreliable bus

By Sabina Mollot

Last Thursday, NYPIRG’s Straphangers Campaign and Transportation Alternatives bestowed their annual dubious award of “Schleppie” for the most unreliable bus line in the city to the M15, including its Select Bus Service (SBS) option. 825 more words

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19 Dec 2014 - Added useful info to the Technical Analysis pages...

Saw an email today from the MTA – see the content on line here.

This material is so profound in the support of technical analysis around the world that I had to add a reference to it on my… 42 more words

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Platform conductors will help control crowds at more stations

The MTA Chairman informed the board that the agency is preparing a response plan to address increasing ridership.

Platform conductors are currently stationed at Times Square and Grand Central and they are also used along the commuter railroads. 166 more words

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Second Avenue Subway Hits Key Milestone With Completion Of 86th Street Station Shell

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The highly anticipated Second Avenue Subway has hit another key milestone.

The cavern for the 86th Street station was completed on time, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced Thursday. 179 more words

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culminating horror

The bus… I took… The bus

- photo by Mitch Waxman

Dedicated pedestrian that I am, utilizing any sort of mass transit is an admission of defeat. 363 more words

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