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Workers Clear Debris From 469 Subway Stations, Riders Want It Done More Often

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There has been a new effort to clean subway tracks and reduce track fires, and train delays.

CBS2 first told viewers about… 305 more words

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Crossing the 72th street

People walking in front of the 72th Street Subway Station

The Station is at the crossing between W 72th Street and Broadway.

Served by the Subway lines 1, 2, 3… 10 more words

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W train returns in November as Second Avenue subway tests go down to the wire

NEW YORK — Subway riders can catch the W Train again from Astoria to Lower Manhattan beginning Monday, November 7.

The MTA promised to restore W train service in order to replace the Q train which would no longer be running in Queens. 207 more words

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The Results Are In! After MTA’s 2-Week Effort, Riders Say Tracks Are ‘Semi-Clean’

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — We were promised cleaner subway tracks and the MTA said it has delivered. Operation Track Sweep ended Friday, after a 2 week push, so did it work? 239 more words

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Adele would fank you kindly if you stopped 'manspreading'

Adele has proven over and over again that she is all of us. Whether it’s expressing the world’s heartbreak through song or being hella shook up by the Brangelina news… 180 more words

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Stringer Offers Scathing Assessment of de Blasio Record of Helping City's Vulnerable

Comptroller Scott Stringer took Mayor Bill de Blasio to task on just about every plan he has to address the city’s most pressing issues—including affordable housing, homelessness and the lack of contracts given to minority- and women-owned businesses—in a speech that sounded like a platform for his rumored mayoral run this morning. 1,067 more words

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