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Derrick Tan

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  1. As much as many people want to see the R32's riding the rails again, including myself, @Bill from Maspethis correct. Considering what is happening to Florida, California, and many other states in west and east of the U.S., we need to play it safe. The operators are already taking a risk even operating the R32 and we shouldn't be putting them at more risk than they are already at right now. As Bill said, we should "err on the side of caution for the sake of our T/O's".
  2. Nope. The risks are too high, considering what happened with states like Florida, California, etc. I'm going to play it safe.
  3. Seriously, the MTA needs a more durable barrier, and even if they cannot, the least they can do is install temporary security cameras at the chained areas.
  4. I like what the MTA did with the eastern part of Queens, especially the 73rd Avenue and Horace Harding Expressway corridors, but they definitely messed up every other part like the central/south/west Queens routes.
  5. So the 42nd Street shuttle is getting a massive makeover now. I wonder how the renovation will go. https://new.mta.info/42StShuttle
  6. It's finished, but of all ESI stations, these were the most disappointing because of the lack of actual ESI work.
  7. That's why I like the High Entry Exit Turnstiles better. Fare evaders can't jump or duck over them.
  8. The MTA didn't extend it. Platform extension wasn't included in ESI so the platform still only fits 4-5 cars.
  9. So how long will it be predicted that the MTA finishes the elevators at Bedford Avenue and 1st Avenue stations?
  10. Anyone wanna talk about the renovations at Bedford Avenue and 1st Avenue?
  11. So, the service changes mean that Flushing Avenue on the is going to get a double renovation: a normal renovation and an ESI renovation. So I'm guessing the one-month renovation for the Church Avenue-bound platform won't be that month if it's getting an ESI renovation a couple of years later.
  12. Maybe Gun Hill Road is getting both elevator installation and a regular station renovation, because Flushing Avenue and Winthrop Street are being renovated and they haven't been confirmed in receiving elevators.
  13. [STATION IMPROVEMENTS] Effective 12:01 AM Monday, Mar 4 until April 1 - Church Av-bound trains will skip Flushing Avenue [STATION REHABILITATION] Effective 5 AM Monday, Mar 11 until July 2019 - Flatbush Av-bound and trains will skip Winthrop Street [STATION REHABILITATION] Effective 10 PM Friday, Mar 1 until September 2019 - Dyre Av-bound trains will skip Gun Hill Road
  14. So... MTA is closing one platform each at Flushing Avenue , Winthrop Street , and Gun Hill Road http://web.mta.info/nyct/service/servNotices_G_train_SkippingFlushingAv.htm http://web.mta.info/nyct/service/servNotices_2_5_Trains_Skip_WinthropSt.htm http://web.mta.info/nyct/service/servNotices_5 Train_skipping_GunHillRd.htm
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