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  1. Cashless tolling unless you are in a rental car. There are crazy fees for using any cashless toll road unless you happen to have your own EZPass, which many visitors and people who dont have cars dont.
  2. SUBWAY - Random Thoughts Topic

    I wonder why they did skip stop, and not regular local and express service on the Brighton line
  3. SUBWAY - Random Thoughts Topic

    Doesn't that make it a ?
  4. love the picture where there is an undercover cop labled "Open Roadway Where Toll Booths Once Stood". See the ticketers are making use of the extra space.
  5. SUBWAY - Random Thoughts Topic

    There was some trouble on the train today. I caught one in Brooklyn going on the line manhattan-bound express. Anyone know why?
  6. Is that the one down to the ? If yes,how is that a shortcut?
  7. Department of Subways - Proposals/Ideas

    If the is being delayed by the turnaround in Queens, wouldn't the be a good replacement for the in Bay Ridge, eve with low ridership.
  8. Planned Subway Service Changes

    MTA Service Status Planned Work 42 Street Shuttle service operates overnight HUH?
  9. Department of Subways - Proposals/Ideas

    Its an old trolley terminal not a train storage facility.
  10. SUBWAY - Random Thoughts Topic

    Why wasn't it in service all this time?
  11. Although the project would seem worthy of being built, I am not sure it would help so many people so much. People going to / from Lower Manhattan could simply go to the Park Place station, for service. Bay Ridge is accessible from the from Borough Hall in Downtown Brooklyn. The only help would be a connection to the ,so a Cortland street transfer would make more sense.
  12. Second Avenue Subway Discussion

    It looks like they just put up a new sign. PHOTOS: MTA Installing New W Train Signs in Chelsea Yes, the W train is really happening, and we have the photos to prove it. By Mark Osborne (Patch Staff) - October 17, 2016 12:08 pm ET ShareTweetGoogle PlusRedditEmailComments CHELSEA, NY — There's no going back on the W train now. The MTA was out bright and early on Monday morning installing signs for the upcoming re-debut of the W train. Patch caught MTA workers installing the signs at the 28th Street station just before 10 a.m. on Monday. The W train is not officially scheduled to return until Nov. 7. In the meantime, tourists will probably be very confused as to why there are N trains coming and not W trains. full article http://patch.com/new-york/chelsea-ny/photos-mta-installing-new-w-train-signs-chelsea
  13. Delays Posted: 10/19/2016 5:18PM Following an earlier incident at 14 St-Union Sq, service has resumed with delays.
  14. Service Change Posted: 10/19/2016 4:16PM Due to an investigation at 14 St-Union Sq, there is no train service between 8 Av and Bedford Av. As an alternative for service in Manhattan customers may use M14A and M14D local bus service. Customers may use , , and trains for service into Brooklyn. Allow additional travel time.
  15. nope Canal street is under Centre street, and Bowery is under Kenmare and Delancey streets (after the line curves east towards Brooklyn).

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