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  2. Money's being poured into revamping the thing..... There'd better be an increased amount of care about LGA
  3. I need to venture out to Woodside a bit more to sit on the Q70 and give my opinion. But why in 2019 are we caring about LaGuardia. To me its by far the worse transit desert and than VP Joe Biden called it a Third world airport. Andy had to do something. Too little to late. Airtrain > close Stengel > widen the GCP > create new terminals for what? LGA will never be like JFK. JFK has its own issues (another post for another day). However, JFK is a lot more accessible and at times direct. If the flyer could be revamped with a handful of stops between 168 and Howard Beach and marketing done correct than it could work.
  4. Oh, I understood you were talking about the Bx11.... That inquiry there was more general; I'm not understanding what makes (any) bus route long overdue for a new riderbase.... It's one thing to say a route could use more ridership - However, to say a route is long overdue for a new riderbase, implicates that there's some issue with some route's current riderbase..... The current structure of the Bx18 is really all that's needed.... There's no point in running along Sedgwick, south of where Sedgwick meets Undercliff... That, and while this circulator wiil get High Bridge patrons to the & the quicker, the fact that the Bx11 would no longer serve Ogden/Plimpton means those Bx13's are gonna get slammed heading to/from Washington Heights..... The Bx18 up there would do nothing for those folks.... They better run more Bx13 service as a result of this.
  5. Mods: Is there a possibility to move this topic to the bus side of the forum. All of the responses I’m reading so far are bus related rather than subway related. As for the subway aspect of things: There needs to be more emphasis on creating more Transit Division precincts around the subway system. The current ones we have are too spread out and far. Maybe possible creation of some new precincts could help drive down the invasion. (Easier said than done) However, that could be one solution. Hopefully, the new designs that are introduced could drive down invasion. Dont want to sound biased. However, I can’t stand someone who buys 300.00 Kayne x Adidas sneakers or Jordans but can’t pay the subway, bus fare of $2.75. That’s also like not paying your car note on time. If your livelihood depends on a bus or a subway to get you to work and you don’t have the fare than your priorities are not straight.
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  7. Delays Posted: 06/20/2019 7:25AM There is a gap in southbound D Subway train service because we needed to cancel a departure following an earlier incident in Manhattan where a bicycle was on the tracks.
  8. I’m hearing they might be canceling the list for there were too many errors on the questions and I guess they don’t want to give us back so many points but I wonder if there is anything legally that can be done cause it’s unfair to ppl that did well And are u charging $ again for another test.smh it’s a new filing for a ta surface test on their website
  9. Just for historical perspective, why was the monthly bus pass discontinued way back when?
  10. Sometimes you have to read between the lines..... Honestly, wtf is "new transit" ? --------------------------------- Whenever talks about this LGA Airtrain arise, the first thing that comes to mind is "The Q70's great, but not good enough".... Same old tired narrative, no matter what the circumstance.... Rail > Bus
  11. 1st Premployment Appointment invitation is received by an actual physical letter in the mail, followed by a possible phone call, text and/or email. 2nd Premployment Appointment invitation is received primarily by an Email and followed by a phone call.
  12. smh..... He was dead serious with that stupid shit too.... That, along with straddle buses here in NYC. Word. I mean, remember when the S40 used to carry a lot of air... May sound corny, but I like to see/hear of bus routes garnering usage.... (especially when the M.O. all over has been to cut, cut, cut)
  13. Bus stops and bus shelters remain a HIGH priority for the Express Bus Advocacy Group. Happy to see this sign up: We look forward to further improvements for express bus riders, be it safety or shelter from the elements. We have a conference call next week to discuss our monthly express bus pass being restored, the status of bus stop and bus shelter requests among other things.
  14. Jamaica’s cars are sent to CI shop for deep cleaning and this set was needed, it will return back home soon. Side note: Some trains are stored in Coney Island yard.
  15. It has the Q on the face of the app and I guess the color purple.
  16. That's why I said to switch roles. Plus currently does interline through out the day and they merge with each other. I was trying to create a straight path and they would not have to merge in between 36 St(Brooklyn) and 57 St(Manhattan). Express between 36 St and Atlantic Ave and Manhattan Bridge. stays on Local tracks the whole way, stays on Express tracks in Brooklyn and in Manhattan with the . remains as a Weekday only supplement from 5:30 AM until 9:30 pm or 10:00 pm. Or have both run interlined to and from Coney Island. Also could run interlined to and from 96 St/2 Av.
  17. I know it's considered a joke that the MTA is just now updating to Windows 10, but in reality that's par for the course with any large company. Very few businesses will upgrade to the latest operating system until a couple of major service pack updates are released. Hell, until fairly recently, most major companies were still using Windows XP and have upgraded for Windows 7 / 10 because legacy support for XP finally ended.
  18. Exactly i can agree with you and @B35 via Church that's when S40/90 ridership is brutal. Sheesh the S40 Leaving the ferry is brutal too.
  19. Imagine if didn't serve Queens Blvd then riders would be forced to transfer to the at Roosevelt Av/74 St to get to at Queensborough Plaza, or 42 St Times Sq. would suffer from overcrowding and use Court Sq as a Transfer point between lines.
  20. Thank you. I was there on the 11th and my list number is 18xx as well. We probably would have been in a class together eventually had you not passed up on the job. By any chance did they mention what month a class for a list number like ours would start?
  21. I can’t tell if the ESI work at the two Penn Stations has wrapped up or if it’s still ongoing. The only work I’ve seen done was in the mezzanine, with a few staircases being resolved. Apart from that, the station platforms themselves appear to be virtually untouched.
  22. Starlight how did you find out the old list expires July of 2019?
  23. Let me put it a different way. Look at the B25. Now imagine that route coming out of Ulmer Park. You would immediately question why that's being done, particularly since it has almost nothing to do with anything else over there. You would instead have it come out of a depot that it would have fairly easy access to. Of course, you wouldn't want it to be in a position where it would require specific access at all hours (in case 💩 hits the fan or general storage/maintenance are needed) and trying to perform those related moves puts it at high risk of delaying other routes along with potentially delaying the relevant one. (Before you say anything about this, I'm well aware that buses are not limited to certain paths and facilities in the same way that trains are, but the point is that what you're trying to push is going to combine several problems at once for no reason, including the fact that it would require certain service patterns to begin only after the moves are finished.) If you really want me to support anything of the sort, then we would need a storage and maintenance facility in Astoria as well as ample storage space in Bay Ridge in order to be able to facilitate ample service on the route without risking whatever integrity that and surrounding routes have. I will accept nothing less, as that is the only way to keep it from being a cop-out.
  24. (347) 643-8213 that's a good # as well. I would say keep calling, I remember they told me they are not at my list # yet back in march. then I call again in early may and some women over the phone told me they hv gone passed my list # so I should come in Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. So went in the Wednesday and finally I did the drug test. But I know there's a class on 6/24 because they told us in orientation. so keep calling and hopefully your in the nxt class after that.
  25. The real issue is that the MTA can run 50+ tph on weekdays on the busiest trunk lines but there's a hard cap of 20 on weekends. If 30 was the upper limit, every service could run on the weekends and the subway wouldn't be losing as much ridership to the rideshare companies. Fortunately, this will be a moot point once the is permanently taken off QBL.
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