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I took a desperate gasp of fresh air in NYC.

I wonder if they keep the MTA subway system this poorly ventilated so that when riders come up to ground level we forget to be disgruntled with what now seems relatively fresh New York air. Relative perception is everything…


First Sighting Of Master Splinter In Years Raises New Questions

How much filth is too much filth for the MTA?

By Claire Nunez

As you round the corner of Fordham Road onto Grand Concourse and you begin to descend the dimly lit D line subway stairwell, you are overcome by the incredible stench of urine, alcohol, and as always, a hidden mystery scent. 867 more words


State of Confusion: Albany's Top 40 Power Players

This time a year ago, Sheldon Silver reigned over the State Assembly with an iron fist. Dean Skelos was about to become the sole Senate leader—no longer needing to share the title with anyone after Republicans won a majority of seats in November elections. 5,154 more words

Andrew Cuomo Bashes Bill de Blasio On Air Over MTA Funding

Gov. Andrew Cuomo today slammed claims by Mayor Bill de Blasio that New York City already pays enough into the Metropolitan Transportation Authority—and that it shouldn’t have to chip in the $3.2 billion for the MTA’s construction and maintenance budget that the… 815 more words

Riders plan lawsuits because of G Train derailment and MTA conditions

Two riders say they will sue the MTA after experiencing the G train derailment on the evening of Sept 10, 2015 near the Hoyt-Schermerhorn station in downtown Brooklyn. 248 more words