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The NYC Subway Hurricane Recovery Thread

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I finished around midnight at 179, didn't see those... I'll assume you're Midnights.

 

TWU is stating that our contract allows us to pay precisely because of the weather conditions... but you know a lot of people didn't get paid for snow day.

 

http://www.twulocal100.org/node/25499

 

Well State Of Emergency is called in New York State making them available for $$$$$$$ From Obama. If thats the case TA will be well compensated for shutting down the system on thier accord.

 

BTW cant send you the mess check your settings..

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I agree. No one will ride public transportation during hurricane/typhoon.

Little off-peak, before moving to NYC.

When I was living with my grandmother in Japan, there was typhoon hit South Island and I did not see any people waiting for bus or taxi during eye of typhoon.

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I agree. No one will ride public transportation during hurricane.

 

Last trains are leaving thier Termainls bet 1200 and 1300 hrs after that they are getting layed up...

 

So any EFF who even THINKS they are going to catch a Subway train after 1500 hrs(Give or take the length of the last run) is crazy,dumb and stupid.

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Last trains are leaving thier Termainls bet 1200 and 1300 hrs after that they are getting layed up...

 

So any EFF who even THINKS they are going to catch a Subway train after 1500 hrs(Give or take the length of the last run) is crazy,dumb and stupid.

 

but that's 85% of NYC.. LOL

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but that's 85% of NYC.. LOL
maybe more lol but yea they had the announcements on the new PA/CIS all day and it was loud and clear. so i would hope with the news reports and the announcements they wouldnt be stupid enough to go running at 1500 for a bus or train

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I finished around midnight at 179, didn't see those... I'll assume you're Midnights.

 

TWU is stating that our contract allows us to pay precisely because of the weather conditions... but you know a lot of people didn't get paid for snow day.

 

http://www.twulocal100.org/node/25499

 

 

damn thanks for posting that ! i might not go in now lol........

 

they should of said that during the dec. blizzard... i couldnt go in and i got Docked a damn days pay !!!

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EDIT: 20 minutes ago, I got an alert saying that there would be shuttle service off of the Rockaways to Euclid. According to an e-mail a minute ago, it's been rescinded.

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LIRR/MNR/NJT/AMTK: The last trains have LEFT the NYC terminals. There is later inbound service at many occasions.

 

The last revenue trains arrive at their final stops:

 

LIRR: 14:25 (NYP from Port Wash)

MNRR: 14:05 (Wassaic)

NJT: 15:53 (Port Jervis)

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If the last runs left at 1200, they would've finished by now. Same for the vast majority of bus routes.

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When I check Junction Blvd Station, all stairs and elevators had pink caution tape form of X.

 

When I checked turnstile, all turnstile had DO NOT ENTER SIGN.

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I finished around midnight at 179, didn't see those... I'll assume you're Midnights.

 

PMs but they had it on the two bulletin boards I saw yesterday. I think it went up around 9pm or so. It's possible they hadn't gotten it up at 179 yet. It was a union RTO bulletin signed by KH, JC, and LI though...not an "official" one signed by JJ.

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If anybody has information as to where trains are being stored through out the system, please fill me in..

 

I would love to see pictures of where all this equipment is being stored. Certainly, yards are not big enough to hold all it's trains/buses.

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I would love to see pictures of where all this equipment is being stored. Certainly, yards are not big enough to hold all it's trains/buses.

 

I have seen some CIY equipment stored on express tracks along BMT Broadway. Sry no pictures.

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I wish you all the best, hope their wont be too much damage to the subway! I will be getting a post tropical storm in Montreal. 100-120km winds. Hopefully the subway here doesn't flood.. our trains aren't water resistant :S

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Now we're under a tornado watch...
thats why this was so good too do all this prep for this storm, we have the tornado warnings and watches, and that would be just a disaster on top of a disaster,

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