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"When subways are built into neighborhoods that are sparsely populated to begin with, people start moving there, because rapid transit makes it easier for you to live and work in two separate places."
The new models will hit the streets next week.
The taxi industry has been weathering upheavals, including the entrance of for-hire vehicle apps, plummeting medallion values and the pandemic.
“Depending on what your expectations are, you’re going to be pleased or you’re going to be disappointed.”
It's the kind of revival any Broadway aficionado will appreciate.
The MTA is still saying the driver refused a drug test.
The $1.6 billion project extends Penn Station into the James A. Farley Post Office Building.
"Four billion dollars is decidedly better than no billion dollars. That being said, $4 billion is not going to answer all of the MTA’s fiscal problems."
"He pushed her when train was actually coming into the station, train went over her but didn't hit her."
According to a new study, the risks of taking the subway right now may have more to do with perception than reality.
“I found myself being undermined, if I’m honest.”
"It looks nostalgic. It looks like New York if you ask me. It's a little rough on the edges. It has rust on the roof. But at the end of the day, railfans love them because it made New York, New York."
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