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The latest transportation coverage from and all in one place + photo essays & other special projects. FKA Transportation Nation
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Gothamist 2h
How One Alleged Bedbug Sparked A Subway Rush Hour Meltdown
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COMMUTERS: How do you feel about these new subway cars?
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What gets in the way of making your commute fully accessible? Send us a picture of the bumps, blocks and design flaws that make your commute inaccessible by using . We’ll compile your entries and share it with the !
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Gothamist 23h
Wednesday 7 Train Problems Triggered A Claustrophobic Nightmare
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Blood or red paint? What do you think ?
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Jen Chung Jan 22
This Wednesday is a real Monday as the 3 train was completely “discharged” due a door problem. RIP, train.
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The New Yorker Jan 20
This week’s cover, “Mindful Commuting,” by Luci Gutiérrez:
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Beth Fertig Jan 21
Meanwhile, in the semi absurd world of New York City transit…from our reporter
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Shumita Basu Jan 17
When Grand Central opened 100+ yrs ago, it was called the first "stairless" station, with ramps to aid the old, young, & baggage-laden. But has gotten messages from ppl about elevator outages at GC subway station. So we asked Qs & got As:
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WNYC 🎙 Jan 21
Two executives for an contractor were indicted for allegedly bribing a high-ranking Metro-North employee to steer jobs their way — including Hurricane Sandy repair work.
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We The Commuters Jan 17
Here's something fun for you transit nerds to check out this weekend: a new installation about our mass transit system's iconic signage.
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We The Commuters Jan 17
When these two long escalators are out, the alternative is 80 stairs up to the street. And they're out most of the time. ICYMI visted Grand Central for :
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We The Commuters Jan 17
That’s... nuts.
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Robert Carroll Jan 17
Transparency is always the best medicine and the should provide an accurate accounting of the L train project. Read the full story and my quote .
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We The Commuters Jan 16
Every morning when Sabela Avión steps off the 7 train and onto the platform at Grand Central, she hopes the escalators are in motion (they work 70% the time.) The alternative is 80 stairs, or nearby elevators — which are currently out of service.
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WNYC 🎙 Jan 16
Why did the take both of the 7 train elevators at Grand Central out of service at the same time? The short answer is: It wasn’t exactly supposed to happen this way. WNYC's visits the station for :
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We The Commuters Jan 16
/ / : Read this thread 👆 Thanks for sharing .
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We The Commuters Jan 16
How do you feel about the announcements on the 7 line?
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We The Commuters Jan 16
Yes! Here's the latest from :
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MTA Arts & Design Jan 16
& just unveiled a newly installed exhibit, "The Subway: Design for a Modern Icon", at the 5 Av/53 St Station (E/M), highlighting the modern history of graphic design in the subway system.
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