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Transportation Traffic Camera Chart via NYC Budget Office
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While the news that New York City will expand speed camera enforcement across the five boroughs was met with conspiratorial sneering from local drivers, revenue data suggests that the overall amount of funds collected for traffic fines has declined every year for the past four years despite the expansion of camera-enforcement programs. That’s not to say there’s not
Transportation g train subway
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Beginning at 10:30pm this Friday, July 25 until 5am on Tuesday, September 2, G trains will run only between Church and Nassau Avenues to allow for thorough reconstruction of tunnels damaged during Hurricane Sandy. This means that at all times, trains will not be running to or from Greenpoint, 21st Street, and Court Square in Long Island
Transportation Jamaica F Train
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Not sure how many locals this it could affect, but be sure to keep an eye on the possible strike that could start on Sunday and make catching the Long Island Rail Road a real pain. As for our local subway lines, things aren’t looking too bad. Details below via the MTA: Coney Island-bound F trains run via the A
Transportation Vision Zero Map via NYC
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There are just a few weeks left to submit street safety feedback on the Department of Transportation‘s interactive Vision Zero map. A little more than 7,500 comments have been made through the map so far, and city officials are urging people to add their feedback – particularly for intersection-specific concerns — by Thursday, July 31. The input, officials
Transportation 7th Avenue Subway Station
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As we prepare for the rain, which should make the first few days of this week pretty wet, we can be glad that your time on the subway should keep you dry — even if your trip is a little longer than usual because of a few changes. Details from the MTA: F service operates
Transportation F Train Interior
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Looks like it’s going to be a pretty easy weekend for getting around our area, as any changes to local subway lines are minimal – the G continues to do it’s slow thing, and, well, we know about the R. Watch out further down the line on a couple of them, though. Details below via the MTA: G
Transportation Jamaica F Train
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Some familiar changes for those who’ve been riding the subway late at night, as the D and N once again skip some local stops in one direction, the G goes slow, the F will make you transfer, and more. Details from the MTA: Coney Island-bound D trains skip Union St, 4 Av-9 St, Prospect Av,
Transportation g train subway
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Ready for the long holiday weekend? On Friday, July 4, trains and buses will operate on a Saturday schedule (with additional trains running prior to the fireworks show), and the MTA is running extra trains on the LIRR and Metro-North to help you get out of town early. As for local subway lines, the D
Neighbors F train with Chelsey and Loes via The NeoPioneer
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Looking to explore the city a bit beyond their own terrific (in our humble opinion) neighborhood, local residents Chelsey and Loes decided to take a ride on the F train. But not just any ride — they ventured out and stopped at every one of the 45 stations along the line, a trip they took
Transportation R Train, 25th Street Subway Station
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It’s another great weekend to head out and about on the subway, as our local lines don’t have any changes to stops in our area. The R is still doing it’s usual thing, though, and you should keep an eye out for some other changes if you’re headed further into Brooklyn or venturing out into
Transportation Subways: R Train at 25th Stret
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Pretty much any train you might be riding to or from our neighborhood will have some change that might affect your late-night ride — the D and N are bypassing some local stops, the G is going slow, and the F has a bit of a hiccup. Details on those changes and more from the
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