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  1. Worst Commute of the Week

    I think my co-worker was also caught in this because that was the first thing he mentioned to me when he saw me.
  2. New member

    Welcome to NYC Transit Forums! Check our Transit Employment forum for up to date information on the Track Work position with New York City Transit. Good luck.
  3. MTA Bus Operations: Fleet & Depots

    Would you guys be interested in this add-on for the community? Allows your community to setup a database of items, with the ability to add images, mods and comments for each item. Including custom field support. Features: Support for item categories. Limits of how many items per member and mods/images/comments allowed per item set by per member group. Discussion topics options for items added. Ability to add custom fields into the main tag itself instead of a new tab. Featured items for those who want to feature items on the main collections system page. Tab system to organize multiple custom fields. Item comments for items your members add. Let your members add, edit and delete there own items, modifications and images. Upload multiple images for each item or modification added. Thumbnail generation for larger images, ensures that this application does not use large amounts of bandwidth. It's an expensive add-on but I would gladly purchase it if it could be useful and there would be some of you guys who would be willing to add content to it. It was built for cars but can easily be used for bus and rail stock also.
  4. Reputation Activity Widget

    It defaults the reputation activity to "Status Updates". If you click on "Posts" on the side bar it will show what you want.
  5. I added another plugin to showcase your social info (if you want to share it). You can see it in the user info panel to the left. To display your social profiles, click on your username, then click on social info.
  6. New Member Reporting

    Welcome aboard! Looking forward to reading about your experiences.
  7. station agent 6600

    Please keep any questions about this list in the following topic:
  8. Tapatalk Support Broken

    Tapatalk was producing very strange errors that was crashing the site so I removed it immediately. Also, their latest business practices has me thinking twice about them. So the 'try again later' message is due to Tapatalk being deactivated.
  9. I went over all the permissions again for the downloads section to make everything was cool.
  10. SUBWAY - Random Thoughts Topic

    A decent week on the line so far. Not as bad as last week.
  11. Some emotions aren't appearing...

    They should all be working again.
  12. Blogs people!

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      Harry

      I forgot to mention full control, write, delete whatever. It's yours.

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  14. By Alfonso A. Castillo alfonso.castillo@newsday.com September 30, 2017 Cash-paying drivers in the E-ZPass lane, malfunctioning gate arms, long lines and other maddening inconveniences that came with crossing an MTA toll plaza in New York City are gone for good, replaced by “open-road, cashless tolling.” With the removal of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s last two toll plazas at the Throgs Neck and Bronx-Whitestone Bridges on Saturday, all of the MTA’s nine crossings are now cashless. Replacing the tollbooths, gates and — all too often — long lines of vehicles waiting to cross them are elevated gantries with sensors that read E-ZPass transponders and cameras that snap pictures of the license plates of cars that don’t use E-ZPass. The drivers of those cars are mailed an invoice for the toll amount. The new system is part of a $501 million modernization of MTA bridges and tunnels that includes architectural enhancements and colorful LED lighting on bridges. “Open road, Cashless Tolling is critical to modernizing our roadways, easing congestion, and re-imagining our transportation system for the 21st century economy,” Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said in a statement Wednesday. Since introducing cashless tolling at the Queens Midtown Tunnel in January, the MTA has been rapidly rolling out the new technology at its crossings, including, most recently, the Robert F. Kennedy and Verrazano Narrows bridges. So far, the reviews from behind steering wheels have been mostly positive. “Toll booths are a dangerous, time-consuming thing of the past,” said Tommy Gregoretti of Oceanside, who regularly crosses the Throgs Neck. “They have been replaced in so many other places. Nice to see New York finally catching up.” Read more: http://www.amny.com/transit/open-road-tolling-closes-gate-on-era-at-nyc-area-crossings-1.14316629
  15. By Vincent Barone vin.barone@amny.com September 29, 2017 Commuter rail riders will soon be able to swipe into the subway with their mobile phones — no MetroCard required. The MTA has begun testing mobile phone payments at subway turnstiles as an expansion of its eTix app for Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North riders, amNewYork has learned. A turnstile in lower Manhattan’s Bowling Green station has been retrofitted with a scanner — similar to a QR code reader — for an internal testing period, according to MTA spokesman Kevin Ortiz. The agency plans to roll out the scanners at turnstiles in 14 key stations around the city before the end of the year, he said. “We have started to test these readers as part of the scheduled eTix expansion that will allow Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North railroad customers to purchase a joint railroad and subway ticket using their mobile phone,” Ortiz said. “It’s part of our efforts to create a 21st century transit system that embraces innovation to improve the customer experience.” The expansion serves as a pilot for what will eventually be a long phase-out of the MetroCard. Considered a novel innovation in the 1990s, the MetroCard is now a relic as more transit agencies are adopting modern payment options that allow riders to pay through apps, bank or proprietary cards. Read more: http://www.amny.com/transit/mta-testing-mobile-ticket-transfers-between-subways-and-lirr-metro-north-1.14310124

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