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  1. OMNY expansion halted due to virus. Then again, they did complete the March list anyway.
  2. Aside from that: ADD: Main Street, 111th Street, 90th Street and 61st Street.
  3. Supposedly these are to replace the gates. Don’t know how they’re going to work on exit or in an emergency.
  4. they mentioned it on Twitter as a prototype. The finished model will take OMNY and MetroCard. I’m guessing this is at the “Alpha” build stage.
  5. ADD: Broadway Junction, Liberty Avenue, Van Siclen Avenue, Shepard Ave and Euclid Avenue. the C now joins the list of completely activated lines and the J/Z and L get their first stations in Brooklyn. and.... this just in.... ADD... Mets-Willets Point! Finally another station in Queens... completely useless at the moment... but at least we who live in the World’s Borough have another...
  6. I think I like this format better for the active stations. All Stations 241st Street to Atlantic Ave 148th Street to Atlantic Ave Woodlawn to Atlantic Ave Dyre Ave to Atlantic Ave All Stations 34th Street-Hudson Yards to Grand Central 42 St All Stations. 207th Street to Utica Ave (Rockway Ave late nights) 168th Street to Rockaway Ave Sutphin Blvd-JFK, Lexington Ave/53rd Street, 50th Street to World Trade Center 161st Street-Yankee Stadium, 145th Street to Broadway-Lafayette Street, Atlantic Ave 161st Street-Yankee Stadium, 145th Street to Broadway-Lafayette Street, Atlantic Ave 47-50th streets to Broadway-Lafayette Street, Jay Street-Metro Tech Lexington Ave/53rd Street, 47-50th streets to Broadway-Lafayette Street Hoyt-Schermerhorn Streets, 8th Ave to Union Square Lexington Ave/59th street, Times Square-42nd Street to Atlantic Ave Times Square-42nd Street to Canal street, Atlantic Ave Lexington Ave/59th street, Times Square-42nd Street, 34th Street-Herald Square, 14th St-Union Square, Canal St, Cortlandt St, Whitehall St-South Ferry to Jay St-Metro Tech, Atlantic ave, 86th Street, Lexington Ave/59th street,Times Square-42nd Street, 34th Street-Herald Square, 14th St-Union Square, Canal St, Cortlandt St, Whitehall St-South Ferry Fulton St to Canal St, Sutphin Blvd-JFK Fulton St to Canal St, Sutphin Blvd-JFK Franklin.... Franklin Avenue Rockaway none
  7. Add to active: Nostrand, Kingston-Throop, Utica, Ralph and Rockaway.
  8. Nick... I’m guessing you’ve never worked retail... stores will often have something they sell to encourage you to shop there or to spend even more money. I used to work at Staples. We sold our printers at cost in the hope you’d buy ink from us in the future. Metrocard Merchants sell the cards in the hopes that while you’re in there, you’ll also get a coffee and a bagel or something. you’ve also forgotten that all Metrocard Merchants have a little sign in the window with a picture of a Metrocard.
  9. According to OMNY.info... ADD: Hoyt-Schermerhorn, Lafayette, Clinton-Washington and Franklin The G has it’s first OMNY station along with the Franklin Shuttle. and Longwood is still not listed as complete.
  10. We already know what you would suggest...
  11. There is chatter going ether way at the moment.
  12. Two things: A: I don't know what you were reading because that was always the plan. B: Stores can't charge markups for MetroCard, why would they be able to charge markups for pre-loaded OMNY? The prepaid OMNY cards in stores will roll out first because it will take time to upgrade/replace the vending machines.
  13. Now it’s correct. *Official list shows Longwood Avenue as offline, hence the
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