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The shelters were all closed in an 'abundance of caution.'
While the MTA is happy rolling out its BusTime program, some City Council members want them to try adding countdown clocks. Again.
The company that NYC contracts to manage its bus shelters, newsstands, trash cans, and (rare) public toilets, is not really doing a great job at keeping its structures clean, according to a new audit.
(via ryan muir's flickr) Yes, New York City could use a
That shelter ain't shoveled (via kiertorata's flickr). When the Spanish company
John and Julie C's Flickr Those space-age automated public toilets—or A.P.T.s,
Oh, the fun reporters have with bathrooms. Today the Brooklyn Paper,
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