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Underground ART

If you stick your nose outta your phone and actually become a little curious of your surroundings, you will notice the various art installations the MTA adorned their stations with. 59 more words

[Network Administration] : Kerberized Postfix

I updated my mail server and connected this into the kerberized system that was put in place earlier. Previously I had my mail accounts defined in a MYSQL database, which worked alright, but was really more of a hassle since any password changes needed to be done both in the system, and in the mysql database which was used by postfix. 818 more words

Tech

Stand Clear of the Closing Doors: NYC Subway Culture

Look ya’ll!  We made it to Wednesday!  And I think all of us New Yorkers can agree that between the weather and the politics and the tourists and the usual day to day grind of work and home life, the city has been it’s usually frustrated self and then some. 1,408 more words

Lifestyle

MTA Announces "L" Line Closure Updates

MTA Seeks to Shorten Shutdown to 15 Months; Start Date Pushed to April 2019

Following four public workshops about the MTA’s closure of the Canarsie Tube between Brooklyn and Manhattan, the MTA issued a press release sharing that they are seeking to shorten the shutdown of the L Train, and fund additional improvements. 91 more words

Union Square Partnership

MTA to reduce L train shutdown by three months

By Maria Rocha-Buschel

The MTA announced at the end of last week that the L train tunnel will likely be closed for 15 months instead of the originally-proposed 18 for Hurricane Sandy-related repairs and the shutdown will begin in April 2019 instead of that January. 273 more words

Hurricane Sandy