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You are waiting for the M104 bus at Broadway and 116th Street. Minutes go by, and it does not arrive. Then, maybe 20, 30 minutes later, three M104s arrive,
For years, Moseley Avenue in the Annandale section of Staten Island was a dead-end street, probably not very attractive to speeding motorists. But last year, the street was connected
Eleven-year old Christopher Adam Scott rode his bicycle across the pedestrian overpass of the Clearview Expressway in Bayside. As he reached the corner of 46th Avenue and the expressway
Ken Daniels could hear the horns and smell the carbon monoxide. After eight years of pestering, he had finally convinced the city Department of Transportation to install a traffic
At the transit museum store, you can buy a set of the five "historic" New York City subway tokens, introduced in 1953, 1970, 1980, 1986 and 1995, as well as
During his 1921 reelection campaign, Mayor John F. Hylan declared the five-cent
subway fare to be "the cornerstone of the edifice which we call New
In the wake of the Enron and Worldcom scandals, a reasonable expectation could be that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority â€“ a quasi-corporate entity with an annual budget of $7
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is facing a crisis of credibility. In just a few days, subway and bus riders will be hit with the largest fare hike in history.
Â The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is facing a crisis of credibility.
In just a few days, subway and bus riders will be hit with the largest fare
Â With the government’s official “threat level” up a notch and the war in Iraq under way, New Yorkers know they are potential targets of international terrorists. Transportation facilities such