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Due to ongoing repair work, the A and C trains will be rerouted over the F line between Jay Street-Metrotech and West 4th Street for 40 nonconsecutive weekends over the next 16 months, the Daily News reports. Guhhhhhhh. The Cranberry Tube, the tunnel under the East River that carries the A and C trains, was […]

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A guy in Queens just embodied the reason why you’re supposed to tell a cop or an MTA employee or the fire department if you drop something and you can’t get to it. On Tuesday morning, a man dropped his keys into a sidewalk subway grate on Jackson Avenue, near the Court Square station. Instead […]

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The new West 34th Street station on the 7 Train will, at long last, open this summer. DNAinfo reports that on May 26 MTA subway conductors began at the new station, the last step before the station opens, and shared the MTA’s footage of the training. “We are in the final 50-yard sprint of this […]

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The MTA is investigating the vandals who stole at least 500 feet of copper cable from the A subway line tracks in Howard Beach, Queens, which resulted in massive delays and suspension of service on Wednesday. According to the MTA: The cable theft was discovered at 11:22 p.m. Tuesday night when a northbound A Subway […]

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This video was filmed in the Herald Square subway station yesterday by Martin James and brought to our attention by Gothamist. It is approximately 900 million roaches crawling all over a piece of food and each other. It will make you do a little dance of revulsion as you watch it. Dinner A video posted […]

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The MTA gave reporters a tour of the under-construction Second Avenue Subway on Thursday, showing off the pristine cement platforms and trackbeds of the nearly complete new stations. MTA head of capital construction Michael Horodniceanu told amNY that the 63rd Street station is 85% completed, and the entire first phase of the construction, extending the […]

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A spokesperson for animal rights advocates Last Chance Animals claims the MTA unfairly rejected the group’s advertisement about carriage horses. The MTA put a ban on political advertising into effect in April, after that freedom of speech was abused by anti-Muslim crusader Pamela Geller. But Last Chance Animals’ Nina Hauptman told WNYC that these ads […]

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A rampaging squirrel sent an MTA motorwoman to the hospital on Wednesday, according to the New York Post. The conductor was walking up the stairs at the Woodlawn station in the Bronx when apparently from out of nowhere the squirrel ran up and bit her. She was treated at Montefiore Hospital, and hopefully she got […]

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“Learn how a single delayed train can cause delays throughout an entire subway line — and one strategy that train dispatchers use to get service back to normal,” writes the MTA in the YouTube description of a new 8-bit style video it produced. Apart from associating itself with the 1980s, a time period in NYC […]

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Listen, I know you’re tired. You’ve had another long day in a neverending string of long days, and it’s such a struggle to keep your eyes open on your commute. But for your own sake, stay alert for just a little while longer, because your day is going to get a lot worse if you […]

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