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  1. Source: https://nypost.com/2018/04/20/interpol-helps-nypd-catch-subway-graffiti-artists
  2. P3F

    SUBWAY - Random Thoughts Topic

    That would be akin to killing a roach by bombing the house it's in.
  3. P3F

    SUBWAY - Random Thoughts Topic

    Well yes, the areas that are popular with tourists have people on weekends no matter what. Once you go deeper into the narrow winding street grid, though, many businesses operate very reduced hours or are simply closed. Last year, I walked from Fulton Center to Whitehall Terminal on surface streets at about 2 AM, and there is no nightlife whatsoever along Broadway or its neighboring side streets. During off hours, the Fulton Center may still be busy, but that can be at least partially attributed to people using the connections between subway lines, and less to people actually getting out and going to work. Yes, there are some residential buildings along Broad Street and other streets. But really, there's not that many of them. There's still far more commercial buildings.
  4. Finding funding for this would be a nightmare. Also... "Oyster Bay to West Hempstead Light Rail"??? Really?
  5. DeBlasio and his employees deny that this happened... This is confusing as hell.
  6. P3F

    SUBWAY - Random Thoughts Topic

    They just saw how popular the term "SoHo" became (which has lost its meaning by now, like seriously, there's a place called "SoHo Tiffin Junction" on 8th Street! That's not even near SoHo!), and decided that they could use the concept for their own purposes. Like really, SoHa? Excuse me, that'll be South Harlem.
  7. P3F

    SUBWAY - Random Thoughts Topic

    or Lower Manhattan.
  8. It works for seeing how long your trip will take, and incorporates planned service changes as well.
  9. If you need something more advanced, use Google maps... Trip Planner is mostly good for seeing how long the part of your trip is going to take. I wouldn't judge walking times with it.
  10. P3F

    Select Bus Service Discussion

    What's funny to me, is all the people acting as if now is a bad time to voice concerns. When DOT does something, it (unfortunately) often stays for a long time... Better protest now and get the plan fixed, rather than suffer for decades to come.
  11. P3F

    BUS - Random Thoughts Thread

    My list of routes I've ridden from end to end is going to be a lot shorter, but I might as well post it. Bronx: Bx12 SBS Manhattan: M22 Brooklyn: B1, B2, B36, B41 LTD, B44 SBS, B49, B68, B100 Queens: Q35, Q46, Q53 LTD, Q64 Staten Island: S79, S89 Bee-Line: 75
  12. You're more dedicated than I would be. If I lived along the Dyre line, I would have just bought a car.
  13. P3F

    Best NTT Announcer

    I prefer the announcements on the and trains, as they are clear and brisk. In the actual stations, as Lance said, the announcement system on the is garbage. It should be modified to resemble the IRT format.
  14. http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2018/02/01/leonia-traffic-ban-lawsuit/


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