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Metropolitan Taxicab Board Of Trade Endorses Move NY

For immediate release:  Thursday, May 7, 2015 

Media Contact for MTBOT:  Michael Woloz, Connell McLaughlin & Woloz, 212-437-7373, mwoloz@cmw-newyork.com

Media Contact for Move NY:  Bart Robbett, 203-571-8502,  855 more words

Move NY

Will Chennai Metro stations be pedestrian friendly?

I have had the opportunity to look at the upcoming Vadapalani station of Chennai Metro Rail. Although it is in the segment from Koyambedu to Alandur (which is ready to be inaugurated as and when the AIADMK government stirs itself) the station is far from prepared as of today. 228 more words

Public Transport

The Wolf is Real: MTA Funding is at a Critical Juncture

MTA Chairman and CEO Tom Prendergast wasn’t crying wolf when he warned Wednesday of what’s in store if the agency’s 2015-2019 capital program isn’t fully funded. 737 more words

Move NY

It's Almost 2015... Only Two More Years 'Til New(er) C Trains!

Alluring as new beginnings are, the New Year nonetheless carries with it an undercurrent of unease—the passage of time making the holiday a vaguely melancholic one beneath all the manic good cheer. 544 more words

Gleaming new $1.4B Fulton Center subway hub opens

MANHATTAN (AP/PIX11) — Some 300,000 daily straphangers were introduced to their new transit hub Monday as Fulton Center opened in lower Manhattan.

It’s the city’s largest subway hub and a vital link between the new World Trade Center and the rest of the city. 89 more words

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Subway tunnel damaged by Sandy restored to service

NEW YORK (AP) —  Trains are once again going to go through a subway tunnel that was severely damaged by Superstorm Sandy.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and officials from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority took a ride on a train Sunday through the Montague Tunnel connecting Brooklyn and lower Manhattan. 92 more words

Manhattan

Weekend subway maintenance frustrates straphangers with 12 affected lines

NEW YORK (PIX11) — It seems like every weekend its the same song and dance. Constant subway disruptions might make your weekend travel a little more complicated. 91 more words

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