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4 Train Riders In the Bronx: Weekend suprise!


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For people travelling from/to the Bronx on the (4) line, you're in for sum big G.O mess this weekend.

according to the posters:

NO (4) TRAINS BETWEEN WOODLAWN AND YANKEE STADIUM IN BOTH DIRECTIONS.

FREE SHUTTLE BUS BETWEEN WOODLAWN AND BEDFORD PARK BOULEVARD (D) STATION.

TAKE THE (D) TRAIN INSTEAD. CROSSTOWN BUSES WILL TAKE YOU TO THE (4) TRAIN STATION.

TRANSFER AT YANKEE STADIUM FOR THE (4) TRAIN

wknd

18 october 2008 to 19 october 2008

 

happy travelling!

 

i wonder what they r working on.

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ha lol im not a (4) rider, but a (2)(5)<5> rider :( hehe

 

:D

 

any whos it says:

Why is service being changed?

We are doing switch work to ensure that trains continue to operate safely along the (4) line.

 

 

are these Infos lies or true, i guess its to keep people from getting confursed

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ha lol im not a (4) rider, but a (2)(5)<5> rider :( hehe

 

:D

 

any whos it says:

Why is service being changed?

We are doing switch work to ensure that trains continue to operate safely along the (4) line.

 

 

are these Infos lies or true, i guess its to keep people from getting confursed

 

lols, thank god bronx science doesnt open on saturdays

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The emptiest station that would be affected by this G.O. is 149th St-Grand Concourse station. Many 4 train riders would probably use the slow crosstown buses to get to the 2/5 trains for intra-Bronx travel.

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The info they give you is true but it's VERY vague. To ensure safety along the line? WHY THE HELL ELSE would they do track work?

 

True, I've thought about that, but oh well the (MTA) thinks we don't need to know detail.

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The info they give you is true but it's VERY vague. To ensure safety along the line? WHY THE HELL ELSE would they do track work?

 

The reason why the (MTA) makes it simple, is so customers wont get confused, and Im ok with it..

 

If i wasnt a person of transit lets say.. and the TA would write:

 

Why is service being changed?

 

We are doing this G.O. on the (4) to fix the 3rd Rail at Burnside avenue, which causes too much power to hit the R142 Shoe, which can lead to a malfuction on the computers..

 

THIS IS AN EXAMPLE, So please do not cause a fuss of this..

 

anyways then I would be like wtf is this train company is talking about.. so the T/A keeps it simple..

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The reason why the (MTA) makes it simple, is so customers wont get confused, and Im ok with it..

 

If i wasnt a person of transit lets say.. and the TA would write:

 

Why is service being changed?

 

We are doing this G.O. on the (4) to fix the 3rd Rail at Burnside avenue, which causes too much power to hit the R142 Shoe, which can lead to a malfuction on the computers..

 

THIS IS AN EXAMPLE, So please do not cause a fuss of this..

 

anyways then I would be like wtf is this train company is talking about.. so the T/A keeps it simple..

 

simply say... we are doing this because we need to fix the third rail at burnside avenue so you could all ride in peace and not give us 42,947,829,035,809,345,834,095,834,397,447,987 complaints on why the train is never on time. :(

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