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Grand Central and Penn Station led the way, but sites in Brooklyn and the Bronx hauled in decent numbers, too.
The vaccine site at Grand Central Station witnessed hefty demand early Wednesday, and Coney Island recorded a lengthy line, too.
Despite early eligibility and wage incentives to get the shot, fewer than two out of five bus and subway workers have been vaccinated.
After Hurricane Sandy, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority committed $7.7 billion toward sea level resiliency. The investment will only protect the transit system for a limited period of time.
mister mark davis' flickr Months before the MTA implements widespread transit
from Atomische • Tom Giebel's flickr After approving far-reaching transit cuts
from Idle Type's flickr The far-reaching MTA service cuts approved yesterday
Flickr user Zack K This shouldn't come as much of a
image via the Joe Korner At a meeting with New York
from jwannie's flickr As the MTA faces a crushing financial shortfall
image via the Joe Korner Members of the state Assembly called
from Trish Mayo's flickr Unless lawmakers can come up with new
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