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    With CUNY, you can get books sent from one CUNY library to your local CUNY. I picked this up at Hunter, and once home on January 10, I scanned all 291 pages, including maps, which took five hours. I then took several hours to turn the jpgs to pdfs, and then turned them, very slowly into a few files. I then compressed them and combined them, which took a while. This document is for the NYCTA's planned extension of the Second Avenue Subway. The three options considered are having it serve Dyre Avenue and Pelham north of Hunts Point, Dyre Avenue and the Penn Central (Hell Gate Line) right-of-way, and Dyre Avenue and White Plains Road north of 180th Street. I haven't found this anywhere online. I hope this is an interesting and enlightening read.
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    As that this document was on the MTA website, it is in the public domain.
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    From NTSB report on accident DCA17FR001, in which two track workers were struck on the Culver Line. Published in June 2016.
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    This describes work that took place in 1985 on the Flushing Line.
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    The MTTF recommends a new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system that is simpler, faster, and more reliable than what is provided today. The BRT system will expand and enhance the existing transit system and will take advantage of extra lane capacity on the NNYB. The transit system proposed by the MTTF for the I-287 corridor fundamentally changes transportation options in Westchester and Rockland Counties. While the proposed system maintains connections to Metro-North Railroad (MNR), it goes far beyond just connecting commuters to the rail system. Many people don’t realize that the travel markets within and between each county are significantly larger than travel from either county to Manhattan. The proposed system aligns with these travel markets while still serving Manhattan-bound commuters. The proposed BRT network is customized for the region with rapid deployment capability, allowing it to be in place when the NNYB opens. It is complemented by an infrastructure program that allows transit to move quickly and reliably through congestion and stay on schedule. The routes will connect more people to more places in both counties and across the bridge, whether traveling eastbound or westbound.
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    It is a map that I finally created, and it shows the NYC subway system in my way.
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