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Jashawn R.

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  1. True but I think its confusing, I got a good one , which is 205th Street in Norwood, Bronx on the (D) which isnt even near 205th Street, its under 206th Street, and there is no exit/entrance on 205th

     

    Actually, the 205th Street station on the (D) does have an exit on it's namesake street, at the corner of E 205th Street and Perry Avenue.

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  2. I personally, would LOVE to drive at Kingsbridge, mostly because I grew up riding the Bx41, Bx1, Bx2, Bx9, Bx55, and M100, and because they're about to have a great variety of artics and they have O5's! What's not to like! As for MTA Bus, I would choose to go to JFK, because they operate my favorite Queens route, the Q6. I'm also comfortable with the neighborhoods they serve, and I wouldn't be too far away from my family...


  3. I am a line that is completely demolished. Both of my terminals involved a lot of switch tracks for the other lines, but not for me. I connected two lines from 6 Av, one Express and one Local. For those of us who know our history, you have to choose the 6 Av Express line that ran there a long time ago, in 2000. I had four stops total, my third stop heading towards my Western Terminal being the name of a stop on the (2)(3) line in Brooklyn.

     

    Line?

    Stops (1-4)?

    (2)(3) Stop?

    Lines I Connect?

     

     

    Prospect Park Shuttle is the answer...

    Prospect Park, Park Place, Franklin Av-Botanic Gardens, Franklin Av-Fulton St

    (2) & (3) both stop at Botanic Gardens

    The line connects the Brighton, (B) and (Q), and at one time, the (D) and Fulton St lines, crossing the Eastern Parkway line in between...


  4. Due to a Major (MTA) project, the entire Bronx EL (2)(5) is being demolished and replaced. Reroute the (2)(5), and anything else you want long term.

     

     

    (2)

    Send the (2) via Lexington Av between Nevins Street, and 138th Street - Grand Concourse. From there, the (2) runs on the (4) to/from Woodlawn.

     

    (3)

    Extra service in Manhattan.

     

    (5)

    Normal service between Brooklyn and 125th Street. From 125th, the (5) runs on the (6), between the aforementioned station and Pelham Bay Park, running peak direction express during rush hours. No Dyre Avenue Service.

     

    (6)<6>

    <6> suspended, extra trains split between the (3) and (6) local.

     

    To connect riders to the Jerome Avenue and Pelham lines, extra service is provided on Bronx Crosstown bus routes.


  5. So, I've had openBVE on my PC since last summer and everything worked fine, and in January, I stopped playing it. Recently, I started to play again, but I've noticed that the game is lagging frequently, sometimes movin as slow as 1 FPS! Can someone help me to figure out how I can fix this?

     

    My computer specs are...

    Windows XP Professional 32 bit

    DirectX 9.0

    Intel Pentium 4 CPU 3.40Ghz

    1.99GB of RAM

     

    Thanks,

    Jashawn


  6. Oh please, you think this cop went out and said "I want to end someone's life today"?? The rules behind guns are incredibly tough in New York, even for cops. The amount of paperwork that comes from just unholstering your gun in New York is immense. The cops have a lot of training, and only fire when they truly feel threatened. You think ending someone's life is a decision any sane person takes lightly.

     

    How about you people actually live a day in the life of a cop in the worst parts of New York before you judge. Yes, a lot of cops are angry people, a lot have drinking problems,a lot give stupid tickets that piss people off. But ending a human's life? Noth something taken lightly.

     

    I understand where you're coming from, but how could you feel threatened by an unarmed person? I mean, how intimidating can a person be, for you to shoot them??


  7. WAKEFIELD, THE BRONX, NY (PIX11)— The family of an unarmed Bronx teen who was shot by cops are calling for the federal government to investigate the death, as new details emerge conflicting with the official police description of what the fatal shooting. Representatives of the family of Ramarley Graham made the request, with Graham's mother and father at their side, at a news conference in front of his home in the Wakefield section, where he was shot by narcotics officers Thursday afternoon.

     

    Personally, I think that it's absurd that her was shot under these circumstances, and it hits just a little close to home, because I used to live in the exact apartment where this happened, with family on the floor below me.

     

    Thoughts? Here's the link to the rest of the article...

    New Evidence Shows Cops May Have Had Little Cause To Shoot And Kill Unarmed Teen - WPIX


  8. (B49) and (B62)

    Both are north south routes

    Both connect with the (B25), (B26), (B41), (B45), (B48), (B43), (B44), and (B65)

    Both connect with the (C)

    Both serve CUNY schools

    Both see NG's on thier routes

     

    Relate the (Bx6) and (Bx33)

     

    The Bx6 and the Bx33 both...

     

    ...are based out of West Farms

    ...travel between the South Bronx and Upper Manhattan

    ...Connect with the (A) (;)(C)(4), M3, Bx1, Bx1 LTD, Bx2, Bx32. Bx21, Bx15, Bx17

    ...see Orion V, VII CNG's Orion V's, RTS's on their routes

    ...travel east to west

     

    Relate the Bx1 and the Bx41...

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