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NYC Woman MacGyvers Her Wedding Ring Out Of A Sidewalk Grate, Crowd Cheers Her On
Instead of dealing with Con Ed, Kate Ray took matters into her own hands, went to Duane Reade, and managed to get her ring back herself.
Snow Chaos Strikes New York
The first heavy snowfall of winter caught New York authorities off guard, and commuters were furious.
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New York City's Public Transit Is A Nightmare For People With Disabilities
People with disabilities have to deal with overlooked flaws that are frankly insulting.
This Is The Reality Of Using New York City Transit As A Person With Disabilities
“You really don't realize how inaccessible the city is until you need it to be accessible for you.”
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Subways Suck For New Yorkers With Disabilities. This Guy Wants To Change That.
Alex Elegudin is tasked with making the outdated New York City transit network more accessible.
New York City's Subway Responded To Tweet About Fellatio And People Loved It
A transit source told HuffPost that the account attempts to respond to every tweet it receives.
LeBron James Rides The New York Subway And Ticks Off A Passenger
Aggrieved rider James Michael Angelo later explained his "Can you not?" public transit moment.
New Yorkers Tell Jimmy Kimmel Their Most Disgusting Subway Stories
Hands To Yourself: When Crowded Subways Get Creepy
Writer. Reader. New Yorker.
I felt something gently brushing up against the left side of my behind each time the train lurked forward or swayed from
The Absolute Horror Of Thinking Someone On The Subway Has A Gun
Just as quickly as everyone had crossed over to the next car, the door hurled open and this time, the man who was being confronted sped past us towards the front of the car. "He's got a gun," he said, his voice cracking.
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Uber Moves A Little Closer To Public Transit's Turf
A new promotion zeroes in on disgruntled commuters.
CULTURE & ARTS
The Metro Arrives...In Time for the SANTA MONICA AUCTIONS June 5th, 2016
Henry K Long
Writer, Artist, Musician
Helmut Newton Self Portrait with Wife and Models, Paris , 1981 Gelatin silver print Signed, titled, date and annotated For
No One in NYC Should Be Forced to Make These Choices
The Bronx Defenders
The Bronx Defenders is a nationally-recognized holistic public...
For many low-income New Yorkers, choosing between a meal and a MetroCard, risking arrest for jumping a turnstile or missing work, are daily dilemmas.
A City in Bloom
A walker in the city.
The dogwoods, magnolias, cherry blossoms and eastern redbuds in all their springtime glory are almost enough to make anyone
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New York Takes Big Step Toward Preventing Sleep-Related Train Accidents
The governor hopes sleep apnea screenings will help combat drowsy driving.
The Ride of Their Lives
Photographer, writer, intrepid world traveler. Author of “My ...
My first few days on the subway were exactly as I remembered it: awful and horrible. While the rest of New York City had
Unprecedented Coalition Backs Governor Cuomo's LIRR Expansion Project
Nancy Rauch Douzinas
President, Rauch Foundation
That bottleneck leads to frequent delays and prevents adequate reverse commuting, thereby obstructing the economic growth
Off the Rails:
Train Man Darius McCollum's Wild Ride
Cynthia Dagnal Myron
Award-winning former reporter for the Chicago Sun Times and Ar...
After almost 40 years driving New York City buses and subways, Darius McCollum has become the "master" of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. It's more than just a "calling" for him. It's an obsession.
Autism Without Fear: On Darius McCollum, and the Necessary Resignations of Allen Cappelli, Charles Moerdler, and Andrew Alpert
Michael John Carley
Author, 'Asperger's From the Inside-Out' and 'Unemployed on th...
In comments that greatly offended the autism/Asperger world, if not the entire disability community, not one, but three MTA
This Is What New Yorkers Think About Those 'Muslims Are Coming' Ads
One ad reads "They shall strike with hugs so fierce, you'll end up calling your grandmother and telling her you love her."
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